A former working waterway, now rich in wildlife including dragonflies, grass snakes and water voles.
A mixture of rough meadow and woodland where wild daffodils flourish
Explore this little reserve and look for specialist lead-tolerant flowers and glow worms!
Once used as a tip for ash from the railways, Lock Lane now provides a valuable habitat for a variety of wildlife.
Flooded former clay pits providing refuge for amphibians and water violet.
An old railway siding that is now a haven for wildlife with a small mosaic of wet grassland, fen meadow and wet alder woodland
Reedbed, ponds and grassland in the valley of the River Rother attract birds such as tufted duck, wigeon, snipe and little grebe as well as skylarks, yellowhammer and nesting warblers. Water voles…