Tolworth court farm needs a ranger


 Tolworth court farm in today's lovely sunshine. But  areas of interest to wildlife are shrinking and the most productive site for many species is very close to the A240. This means that with ever increasing motorbikes, dogs off leads etc. deer may flee into the road.

Tolworth court farm needs a ranger to push back on the harmful effects of: 

  • the removal of trees for the road widening, which allows all the litter to blow straight into the woodland; 
  • new impenetrable fencing preventing movement of animals;
  • new core business activities on the privately owned fields;
  • litter, flytipping and anti-social behaviour;
  • increase in casual shooting  with dead birds often found and
  • increased footfall when the Lidl's HQ becomes operational.


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