In Snodland, in the Tonbridge district lying along the edge of the river Medway, this 25 hectares patchwork of wet fields and scrub is crisscrossed by ditches and home to many rare and unusual plants and grazing animals. The best times to visit are May to June where you will see Spring flowers, marsh orchids, singing nightingales and other breeding birds. Visit between December and March to see wintering waders and wildfowl. This is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

Circular paths, some areas are muddy and uneven, kissing gates, mixed surfaces, while generally level there are a couple of steep banks on the public footpath.

Opening Hours
All times.

Limited parking on Church Field.

On a lead

Picture Credit: © Main image Ray Lewis/Kent Wildlife Trust, smaller inset Kent Wildlife Trust.

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