Ranscombe Farm Reserve is Plantlife’s flagship reserve and it is easy to see why. It has fauna, flora and wildlife to explore all year round, with bluebells in the Spring, Summer showcases of plants and wildflowers where you can enjoy nature during any season. The aim of the Farm is to offer an arable plant site as well as a nature reserve that conserves wild flowers and allows wildlife to thrive. You can do circular walks and trails that are from 2 to 4 and a half miles and experience all the nature this reserve has to offer.

Cuxton station – 1 mile.
Strood station - 2 miles away, close to the 140, 141 and 151 bus routes. PDF on their website with directions.

Route 151 from the Medway Towns runs regularly through the week. The nearest bus-stop to the reserve’s main entrance is on Sundridge Hill by Pilgrims Way. Bus routes 140 and 141 from the Medway Towns run frequently to Bligh Way shops, close to the reserve entrance on Albatross Avenue. PDF on their website with directions.

There is a small car-park at the main entrance on the A228 Sundridge Hill, very close to junction 2 of the M2 motorway. Additional parking is available near the reserve entrance on Albatross Avenue in Strood. PDF on their website with directions.


Picture Credit: © Plantlife.

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