Sandgate Park is a 30 acre (12 hectares) site offering a variety of countryside habitats:
- woodland on around 22 acres of the site
- heathland (dry and wet heathland) on around 5 acres
- 2 acres of grassland
- 4 ponds, plus watercourses running through the site.
It is owned and managed by Horsham District Council, although there are restrictive covenants covering the site’s use and management. The site is managed as a quiet countryside area for the benefit of wildlife, landscape and local residents. Recent regeneration work at Sandgate Park is progressing well and the site is attracting lots of new wildlife.
There is no car park but you may find a space in the small NT car park in the same road. We usually meet there.