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Walking at Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne
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Walking at Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne

Whilst out running an errand in the February Half Term we planned to stop en-route to go walking at Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne, which is jointly owned by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust and Bracknell Forest. There is a car park (postcode: GU47 8PD) which was free of charge and it also had two picnic benches next to the car park. The nature reserve is a large 99 hectare lowland heath site which has a rich habitat for wildlife, including several rare species of birds - dogs must stick to paths and be kept on a lead during the nesting season. The site is of scientific interest and many species have been found on the site including ragged robins, bullficnches and stag beetles. The Walk On the map below you can see all the di...
Walking and exploring the grounds at South Hill Park
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Walking and exploring the grounds at South Hill Park

We enjoy going for a walk around the South Hill Park nature trail in the woodland area which are made of of wooden and metal sculptures. The sculptures are animal themed eg bee, fox and dragonfly to mention a few. We have got a buggy round the woodland paths before but there are some steepish climbs with drops to the side and next time will opt to take the baby carrier. We also took the dog with us on our adventure. South Hill Park Nature Trail There are two large lakes at South Hill Park - the South Lake and the North Lake - this map will help you get your bearings and has a selection of walks marked on it. The lakes are a great place to feed the ducks and geese. There is plenty of open space for children to run and their are beautiful rose garden next to the main South Hill Park buil...
Snowdrops 2020 in Berkshire and the surrounding area
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Snowdrops 2020 in Berkshire and the surrounding area

Snowdrops often give an early indication that spring is on it’s way and the delicate white flowers are just beautiful to see during a walk. There are a few places where you can see snowdrops in Berkshire and the surrounding area, below are a few locations: Welford Park’s Snowdrop Season, Newbury, RG20 8HU. 29th January 2019 – 1st March 2020, 11am – 4pm (closed every Monday and Tuesday). The full snowdrop walk around the Beech Woods can take a fast walker 30 minutes but can take upto an hour at a slower pace.Adults - £8, Concessions - £6, Children 4+years - £4 and children under 4 – Free. Dogs on leads welcome. Free car parking. Children must be supervised at all times. Visit the carpets of Snowdrops, Old Laundry Tearooms and / or Heated Marquee for food and there is a Gift Shop. W

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