CANCELLED due to Risk from Corona Virus Martin Down National Nature Reserve

Sunday 21 June

10.00 am

Price: No Charge

A trip to Martin Down a national nature reserve covering some 336 hectares and jointly owned and managed by Natural England and the Hampshire County Council.
Although one of the largest areas of chalk grassland in the country, Martin Down represents a small remnant of downland which once covered the chalk. The site includes grassland and woodland, supporting a wide range of wild flowers, insects and birds.
The down is rich in archaeology, dating from the Neolithic Bokerley Ditch to the rifle range used during the Second World War.

Please note: this event is run by an RSPB volunteer group and is organised for interested members of the local community.


Meet at the car park at the southern end of Sillen lane Martin for 10.00am start (SU 057 191 OS Landranger Map 184)
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Where is it?

  • Postcode: SP6 3LB
  • County: Hampshire

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