Introduction

Oxshott Heath is an area of approximately 200 acres, bounded by the London-Guildford railway line to the south, Browns’ corner to the west and extending just east of Warren Lane and south of Sandy Lane.
  Oxshott Heath is voluntarily administered and managed by nine local residents, elected or appointed as Conservators, and three officers appointed by the Conservators. The Conservators employ a full-time Warden who carries out the maintenance of paths, ditches and car parks and is responsible for the removal of litter. The Conservators are also responsible for raising the necessary funds for the upkeep and management of the Heath and, although they receive small grants from Elmbridge Borough Council and the Forestry Commission, a major part of their income comes from local residents and other visitors to the Heath by way of donations. All donations are welcome, but regular donations enable the Conservators to plan ahead more effectively and, if paid by standing order, are administratively easier to collect.
In addition, if you are a tax payer and make the appropriate declaration (see below), the Conservators can reclaim tax at the basic rate under the Gift Aid rules introduced with effect from April 2000. This involves no extra cost for the donor but means that every £10 given is worth about £13 to the Conservators. (N.B. It is no longer necessary to enter into a Deed of Covenant to enable tax to be reclaimed). The donation form is available online or can be downloaded in MS-Word format (to view and print the form, click on the link; to download the form, right-click on the link and select "Save Target As..")  

IF YOU VALUE THE HEATH AND THE FACILITIES IT PROVIDES,

PLEASE HELP BY MAKING A DONATION