Whitebeam Wood is the last remaining pocket of ancient woodland in the Borough of Worthing, and is an important site locally.
It is well supported by the Borough and is maintained by Friends of Whitebeam Wood, a local conservation group who carry out pond and woodland management.
The Group meet on the third Saturday of each month (excluding August) to work between 10.00 am and 1.00 pm.
We aim to maintain this ancient community woodland, working in conjunction with Worthing Borough Council.
Through this conservation work we try to develop wildlife habitats and encourage the interest and involvement of the local community.
If you think you would enjoy conservation work, in a local wood with a pond, no experience necessary, all tools provided then please contact us.
How to find Whitebeam Wood
Go to Romany Road in Durrington BN13 3DW (near Tesco). There are several entrances to the wood from the slip road Whitebeam Road. Ample parking. Meet by the pond.
Friends of Whitebeam Wood