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Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Trust


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Warnham Nature Reserve

Nature Reserve

Warnham Road
West Sussex
RH12 2RA

Tel: +44 01403 256890

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Warnham Local Nature Reserve
The 92 acre site was designated a Local Nature Reserve in 1988. It includes a 17 acre (6.9 ha) millpond, marshes, grassland, reedbeds, hedges and woodlands. 
The site provides a haven for a variety of wildlife, being known to having recorded over 400 species of plants, from Common Birdsfoot Trefoil to Orchids and ancient Oaks, and over 100 species of bird, including a thriving Heronry, wildfowl, woodpeckers and the rare Cetti's Warbler. The beautiful Kingfisher makes the most of the waters and are regularly seen from the birdhides. 
The Reserve is also rich in dragonfly - over 21 species have been recorded - which take advantage of the different wetland habitats.
Facilities: Ample free parking. Disabled access toilets with baby changing facilities. Picnic facilities close to the Visitor Centre. Two bird hides, a bird feeding station and the Millpond Nature Trail.
Visitor Centre and Cafe: The Visitor Centre houses displays and information including a living beehive. The small Tanhouse Warnham cafe is open every day and offers superb light refreshments.
Admission: Access to the Visitor Centre is free. However a low-cost day permit, currently just £1 per adult (admission for children is FREE) allows access to the whole reserve, including 2 bird hides, a feeding station, the Millpond Nature Trail and two extensive boardwalks. Annual permits are also available from the Visitor Centre, currently at £5 for Horsham District residents and £10 for non-Horsham District residents. Sorry, NO DOGS are allowed on site.
Sorry DOGS and CYCLING are not permitted on the reserve and picnics are restricted to the Visitor Centre courtyard and garden.
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Opening Times

March - October (1 Mar 2017 - 31 Oct 2017)
November - December (1 Nov 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)

* Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day

Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change


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