Kingley Vale nature reserve and wild plant walk

Kingley Vale’s yew trees are among the oldest living things in Britain, estimated to be over 2,000 years old. If you haven’t been before, you’re in for a treat. We will enjoy a gentle wander around this beautiful nature reserve and chat about the plants we find along the way and their medicinal and food uses.
Meeting Point 9am
The West Stoke car park gets busy, especially on a bank holiday, so let’s meet at 9am, parking is by donation in the collection box. Please share lifts if you can to limit the number of cars arriving.
Bring appropriate hiking footwear and plenty of water and snacks /lunch. There are no facilities but quite often there’s a coffee truck in the car park.
A loop walk around the lower areas of the reserve will take around 2-3 hours.

Hosted by Elspeth Fimpel, please PM me or subscribe to the W Sussex /Surrey LHW group and sign up to the event to join us.

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Apr 15 2022


9:00 am


Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
W Sussex


West Sussex & Surrey
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