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The Friends of Deepdene is a wildlife conservation group with a keen interest in local history. In particular we are dedicated to restoring the historic Hope family legacy on the old Deepdene Estate in and around Dorking.

 

Members of the group are all volunteers. The Group is sponsored and directed by Mole Valley District Council and is supported and guided by the Surrey Wildlife Trust.

 

The volunteers meet twice a week to carry out maintenance, restoration and conservation tasks covering over 85 Acres of the old Deepdene estate, including Deepdene Terrace, Chart Park, Glory Wood, Betchworth Castle and Betchworth Park.

 

For more details about the Hope family, the Deepdene Estate and the lottery bid see the Hope Springs Eternal pages on the Mole Valley District Council website or for more local history visit the Dorking Museum.  Highlights of the groups work can be seen on their Facebook page, HopeSprings Eternal - The Deepdene trail.

 

For more information about the Surrey Wildlife Trust see wildlife

Contact Information

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c/o Alex Bagnall
Mole Valley District Council
Pippbrook
Dorking
Surrey
RH4 1SJ

alexander.bagnall@molevalley.gov.uk

01306 879285

Upcoming events

Work Party at Deepdene Gardens behind Kuoni

Wednesday 28 September 2016

Mow Parterre – on high setting of lawn mower

Start to dismantle flint steps over grotto (this will give an idea of how much stone can be reused and what we need to order from Universal to...

Work Party at Deepdene Gardens behind Kuoni

Thursday 29 September 2016

Mow Parterre – on high setting of lawn mower

Start to dismantle flint steps over grotto (this will give an idea of how much stone can be reused and what we need to order from Universal to...