Fox Corner Community Wildlife Area | Fox Corner | Guildford | Surrey | UK
Julie Emmerson - greatly missed

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of a very much loved committee member and our treasurer, Julie Emmerson, beloved wife of Nigel, who passed away in April 2022 after a very short illness.

Julie was a fount of all knowledge when it came to the wildlife around us, and was a very valued member of the committee.

She will be sadly missed, including her fun loving ways, her sense of humour and her sharp wit.

She will stay forever in our hearts and thoughts. Her legacy will live on.

News 2022

*** NEW FOR 2022 ***
Head over to the Gallery section for new Original Artwork!

We welcome visitors to the Fox Corner Widlife Area arriving on foot or by bicycle.
Dogs are also welcome to visit but must be kept on a lead at all times within the site.   If your dog likes to run free then please come alone or else with 'two-legged' members of your household.
Please adhere to the current government guidelines regarding social distancing and be aware that others will have used the gate latches and bins etc.

This year's AGM and talk is going ahead! See below.

Annual Newsletter

The 2022 newsletter was circulated to members and residents during February 2022. Click here for the on-line version.


The 2022 AGM will take place on

Tuesday 19th April at

St Michael and All Angels Church

commencing at 8:00 pm

to be followed by a talk by old friend and supporter John Arnott

about the wildlife of Chichester Harbour.


The Wildlife Area is an ideal place for families to visit and have picnics. Running a wildlife area inevitably involves a delicate balance of priorities - protecting and encouraging wildlife and also providing an area which gives pleasure to visitors and residents alike. Most of these are reflected in our Fox Corner Country Code.

Dogs are a particular issue. If uncontrolled, they can alarm wildlife, disturb nests and leave unwelcome excrement anywhere on the site. Groups of children are encouraged to visit to enjoy pond-dipping and mini-beast hunts. For their sake, it is vital that they do not come into contact with the results of dog-fouling. At one stage, we felt that it would be a good idea to ban dogs altogether but after representations from local people, agreed that they could be allowed but strictly only on leads.

We respectfully, but firmly, ask you to abide by this particular rule.