Hogmoor Inclosure

A stunning natural environment to explore

Hogmoor Inclosure is the third largest nature reserve of its kind in the UK, and will be a space where visitors can experience nature and contain a variety of habitats and natural features.

Over 54 hectares of strategic woodland and heathland – equivalent to 70 football pitches – is available for the community to use for enhanced recreation – a breath of fresh air, walking, play, picnics, wildlife spotting, to sit and relax and be involved in a whole range of events and activities. Please click here for a map and more details about Hogmoor Inclosure and green spaces at Prince Philip Park.

Jamie Cummins, Countryside Ranger with the Deadwater Valley Trust, said: “It’s great that we’re looking after Whitehill & Bordon’s fantastic natural environments and I can’t wait to see what Hogmoor Inclosure is going to look like when the improvements are finished.”

Linking with our partner, the Deadwater Valley Trust, a programme of activity is well underway influenced by the history of the local area, working with the community to make this fantastic natural environment even more enjoyable for all.



To support the existing ecology, existing species will be protected, new habitats will be created for flora and fauna and habitat returned to their native state. The following work has been undertaken:

  • restoration of seven hectares of heathland
  • approximately 750,000 shrubs and trees will be planted over the course of the development!
  • re-use of old wood from trees wherever possible
  • sensitively planned landscaping to include features like coloured flower carpets
  • provision of a bat bunker with extra pockets to enable bats to breed, and bat and bird boxes
  • installation of a mini nature reserve
  • linking the Inclosure to the townwide ‘green loop’ connecting all new green spaces into the wider green network
  • the conservation of Forey Pond which will be enhanced for its ecological (floristic, invertebrate and amphibian) value
  • maintenance of active badger setts
  • enhancing the reptile habitat through heathland restoration
  • use of ecologically motivated management and conservation techniques

For more information on events and activities, visit http://www.deadwatervalleytrust.co.uk.

Join the ‘Friends of Hogmoor’ volunteer group if you are passionate about Hogmoor Inclosure and are interested in helping to look after the area and allow it to prosper for future generations.

Hogmoor Inclosure facilities will include a Café, Activity room (The Beehive) and changing places, for more information please contact the Community Trust.

As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility to the local community we have answered your questions about what is happening in the Inclosure. Please download these here along with a plan Q&A document  and map.

Hogmoor Inclosure – February 2017 information
Hogmoor Inclosure –  Frequently Asked Questions June 2017 
Click here to View the Hogmoor Map
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