A mixture of wetland and woodland habitats. Headquarters of the Sussex Wildlife Trust. Please note that dogs (except assistance dogs) are not allowed at Woods Mill nature reserve at any time.
We would ask that all visitors follow social distancing where possible during their visit to ensure their safety and the safety of those around them. Thank you for your co-operation.
More information on Sussex Wildlife Trust’s response to the Coronavirus can be found here
Week commencing 7 February 2022
Tree Safety Work at Woods Mill nature reserve
Some areas of the reserve will be closed to allow the safe removal of dangerous trees related to Ash Dieback. Please follow all on-site signage. Thank you for your co-operation
Woods Mill is the headquarters of Sussex Wildlife Trust and an environmental education centre. Woods Mill is a prime example of what the wider countryside once contained. Visitors can walk past the old ponds and lake, through the ancient woodland, alongside the streams and waterways into the unimproved meadows with their wild hedgerows – habitats all contained within its 47 acres. This variety of habitat attracts an impressive number of species including mammals, insects, amphibians and birds.
Woods Mill Nature Reserve is open throughout the year, with a car park, bike racks and toilets.
There is no charge but donations are welcome.
Sheep are currently grazing at Woods Mill, please follow onsite signage.
The Horsebox Cafe is currently closed.