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A walk at Eridge Rocks Nature Reserve Friday, 24th July 2015 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Join us on a guided walk around Eridge Rocks Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest with majestic sandstone rocks (135 million years of age) which are home to a host of rare plants, mosses and veteran trees.

Booking is essential. Please contact Alison Ross (01273 497 525) or Georgie Vallance (01273 497 507) to book your place.

Meet at the Eridge Rocks Nature Reserve car park.

Eridge Rocks is located in Eridge Green, 4 miles South of Tunbridge Wells. Travelling north-east on the A26, turn left into an unmarked lane (Warren Farm Lane) which is next to a church with the sign Eridgechurch.org”. Continue along the lane until you see a green Sussex Wildlife Trust sign and reach a small car park. Post code: TN3 9JU.

The walk is in celebration of National Countryside Week, championed by The Prince’s Countryside Fund. We are very grateful to them for funding our Volunteer Assistant Reserves Officer traineeship. The walk will be led by Alice Parfitt (Reserves Manager) & Oly Sayers (Volunteer Assistant Reserves Officer).