James Duncan from Sussex Wildlife trust will take you on a fascinating walk around Woodsmill
An amble around Woodsmill, learning about the beauty of the reserve and its flora and fauna.
Woods Mill is the headquarters of Sussex Wildlife Trust and an environmental education centre. Woods Mill is a prime example of what the wider countryside once contained. Visitors can walk past the old ponds and lake, through the ancient woodland, alongside the streams and waterways into the unimproved meadows with their wild hedgerows – habitats all contained within its 47 acres. This variety of habitat attracts an impressive number of species including mammals, insects, amphibians and birds.
The paths are not suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs at this time and please wear long trousers and long sleeves, as there are nettles around the site.
Please remember to bring water and wear sunscreen and a hat if the weather is good and it is sunny. If it is rainy please bring rainwear and appropriate footwear. This walk is for people only, please no dogs.