Marline Valley is located one mile north-west of Hastings on Queensway (B2092). Access and parking are difficult due to necessary roadside barriers. The simplest way is to park in Napier Road or nearby and cross over the busy Queensway to pick up one of the footpaths.
Use Traveline to plan your journey to this nature reserve.
There are many paths in the reserve, but the valley is steep and can be muddy. There are several gates and steps.
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15 June 2022
Now summer is here it is a good time to brush up on your knowledge of ticks, where they live and what sensible precautions you can take.
10 March 2021
As the country begins to look forward to a time when we emerge from lockdown, we would like to draw your attention to ongoing issues we are aware of affecting some our nature reserves.
11 July 2019
Exciting news as our Senior Ecologist, Graeme Lyons, has found a Shieldbug family new to the British Isles at Marline Valley in Hastings
10 June 2018
Interesting invertebrates at Marline Valley nature reserve