Your Park, Your Association
Representing local residents, we promote the community use and protection of Staines Park in leafy Surrey.
We are a voluntary organisation with a passion for our park and residents.
Staines Park Residents Association provides a voice for those in all three Staines wards, with a particular focus on developing the facilities and wildlife in the park. We’re a friendly bunch who have already achieved a lot – come and join us!
Protect, promote and enhance Staines Park for the benefit, health, recreation and enjoyment of current and future generations of local residents.Our Primary Aim
In September our team, along with members of the Egham and Staines Conservation Volunteers group, set about building 2 pyramid log habitats in Staines Park to provide some suitable habitat for our endangered Stag Beetles. Habitats were built in accordance with guidelines from the Peoples Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) and once completed were registeredContinue reading “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – our Stag Beetle Habitat Build”
We are delighted to announce that the results of the Spelthorne in Bloom 2021 competition are in and SPRA’s ‘Wildflower and Nature Meadow’ was awarded 2nd place in the ‘Best Environmental Planting Project’ category. The SPRA Biodiversity Team planted flowers particularly beneficial to pollinators, ensuring a long flowering season right through from early spring toContinue reading “SPRA Recognised in Spelthorne in Bloom!”
It has been a difficult 18 months for us all and many of the plans the Biodiversity Team had were either cancelled or postponed. However we hope that everyone was impressed with the outcome of the Wildflower and Nature Meadow planting this year. This is how we started – marking out areas for plants toContinue reading “Biodiversity Update – Wildflower Meadow and Other Stories”