A big “thank you” to all our supporters!

We were very pleased to be invited by Waitrose to pop in and pick up a cheque for £322. Debbie Johnson  handed over the cheque from their Community Matters scheme to our Frances, Colin and Jim. It was a result of the green chips that the public of Fleet popped into our slot in the store’s voting box for May. So many thanks to all of you who did that. The scheme has donated over £30m to good causes since its launch in 2008.


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Launch of the Member’s Gallery

We are pleased to launch a new initiative where members of the FPS can share their favourite photographs taken in and around Fleet Pond nature reserve.  The rules can be found here Gallery Rules

We will aim to update the photographs on a regular basis, at least monthly. Send your photographs to membersgallery@fleetpond.org.uk together with your name and a short caption to accompany the photograph. We look forward to seeing your photographs and sharing the beauty of Fleet Pond with others.

Check out the gallery so far, it can be found under the Galleries Page.

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Click here to find out more about the above award

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Wildlife Day – Sunday 2nd June

at Fleet Pond

Please take a look at our gallery to see more of the photographs we took on the day. This photograph was taken at the Pond Dipping platform where John Sutton our Vice Chairman was talking to a family about what they’ve discovered in the Pond.



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YouTube Videos – we have our own link

Committee member, John Sutton, of Clearwater Photography has made some excellent videos showing the work we do at Fleet Pond. You can find them by clicking here on the link below.  Please subscribe to our channel, then any new videos we post will appear in your subscription feed.

Our work around Fleet Pond

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Results of 2018 Photo Comp – click here

The results of this year’s photographic competition can be found here

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Conservation Sundays

On Sunday 9th June, a good sized team of volunteers enjoyed clearing invasive plants  on the dry heath, near Boat House Corner. This is important to ensure the heathland remains clear of all vegetation which could soon turn the area into a woodland. Check out our chairman joining in the fun, good job Jim! Further photographs can be found in the gallery.



If you wish to join us on our next volunteering session on Sunday 8th September 2019 you will need to book your place with the Countryside Ranger and further details can be found at Conservation Tasks page  or on our Blog here.

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Free Fleet Pond App available now for Apple and Android devices

See all the routes around the Pond, the points of interest closest to where you are at any given time, photos, all the entry points and so much more.

Click here for full info and to download it.

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