The South Holderness Countryside Society was set up in 1983 with the primary aim of
‘Making a Better Place for Wildlife’.

We own two large award-winning nature reserves, Beacon Lagoons and Hollym Carrs, and have over 100 subscribing members from all walks of life.

In 2009 the Society inherited a farmhouse and outbuildings with approximately two hectares of land in Hollym, East Yorkshire.

Following the recent years of hard work and support from grant organisations & business supporters, we have developed this into our headquarters. This space now houses our office, archive/library and meeting/exhibition space.

The grounds are now a mosaic of wildlife habitats.

The South Holderness Countryside Society as a registered Charity,  are dedicated to educating members of the public on matters relating to natural history and conservation.

We host monthly indoor meetings which are open to the public. Our meetings cover the full spectrum of wildlife and conservation interest. We also promote educational visits to our reserves and interpretation is provided through our close links with local schools. To arrange a visit click here.

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