Councillor sAndy Tree and Bisi Kennard at entrance to Bordon Inclosure

Whitehill Town Council took over the management of Bordon Inclosure on 1st January 2016.  Following the departure of the army in 2015, the site was transformed into a high quality Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (SANG) as part of the Quebec Park and Louisburg housing developments.  The entire area is 60 acres with six waymarked walks around the site, together with a boardwalk that runs close to the River Wey.

The day-to-day management has been passed to the Deadwater Valley Trust under a service level agreement and funded by developers contributions. The Trust run a full programme of activities, events and volunteering opportunities where local residents can be involved and enjoy the area.

Get in contact with the DVT via email, phone on 01420 479070 or keep up to date with their news via their Facebook page.

Further details of events and activities can be found on their website –

Further details of walks can be found by opening the map for the walks within the Bordon Inclosure by visiting the Deadwater Valley Website here.