ARC Members Area

Welcome to the new ARC Members Area!

We have created this exclusive area on the ARC website just for our ARC Members. The members only pages will only be visible to ARC Members who are logged in to the website (log in via the link at the top of this page).

The Members Area includes a new look ARC nature reserves section with an interactive map, a resources library and news and events section. Take a look around and let us know what you think via [email protected] 


Not an ARC Member yet? To access this great exclusive content become an ARC Member for as little as £3 per month!


For ARC Members Fortnight 2022 we are offering our ARC Members a variety of free reserve tours at a range of locations (non ARC Members may attend at £5pp). Not only will this give you an exclusive tour of some of the UK’s most stunning habitats, but it will also give you the opportunity to experience the benefits of our work and ask our knowledgeable staff questions.

ARC's Witley Common is a flagship reserve in Surrey that we have been managing for over 20 years. As well as rare reptile species the site is home to many other heathland, woodland and grassland species. 

On this guided walk you can find out about some of the site’s features, why it’s so great for wildlife, the different ways this landscape has been managed through its history and what ARC are doing now to create a thriving nature reserve.

Duration: 2 hours

Meet at: Parking is through the main ARC gate accessed from the layby off Lea Coach Road heading towards the A3 (NOT the National Trust carpark higher up). 

More info: www.arc-trust.org/witley-common

Please wear outdoor clothing suitable for the weather forecast such as sturdy boots, long trousers, wet weather gear or sun hat/cream and a drink/snacks. 

Please email Jack with any questions or if you need to cancel via [email protected] 

If you’re not yet an ARC Member join today for as little as £3 per month and you can attend this ARC Members event for FREE as well as helping us give a voice to the UK’s disappearing frogs, toads, newts, lizards and snakes.

Booking for this event has now closed.