The Bordon Inclosure has been improved with new footpaths, cycle tracks and picnic areas – as well as features to help wildlife flourish.

The improvements made to Bordon Inclosure, which were completed in April 2016, have opened up the area to enable more sunlight to enter the site and support local plant species, encouraging a large variety of wildlife to flourish. As part of the overall enhancements, the Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre spearheaded a Community Arts Project to design a number of installations for the area which encouraged the local community to get involved.

Children are able to enjoy natural play areas created from natural materials such as logs and mounds. These improvements ensure Whitehill & Bordon’s wonderful natural environments can be enjoyed by all.

£800,000 of funding was raised for this project through contributions by developers working on the transformation of Quebec Park and Louisburg Barracks as part of the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Project. The site is now managed by Whitehill Town Council and the day-to-day management has been passed to the Deadwater Valley Trust under a service level agreement.