Getting around

Located six miles north of Chichester, Levin Down is within walking distance of the villages of Singleton and Charlton via public footpaths.

There is no easy way of visiting Levin Down without walking uphill, but it is worth it. There is a small parking lay-by at the crossroads in Charlton, and a public footpath leads directly across the field to the reserve. Alternatively, a much longer, but less steep walk up the track from the parking area leads to a gate at the north end of the reserve. There are gates at all entrances to the 28 hectare reserve, and most of the many paths involve steep climbs.

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News from Levin Down

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      There are few sights more spectacular than a wildflower meadow in full bloom. Packed with nectar-rich flowers and humming with insect life, these botanical hotspots will soon be looking their best and today, 6 July, marks National Meadows Day - a celebration of our glorious grasslands and the wealth of wildlife they support.

    • BBC Countryfile visits Levin Down

      BBC Countryfile visits Levin Down

      Adam Henson from BBC Countryfile, came to Levin Down with a very special delivery: three of his own rare breed Exmoor ponies.

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