Gone for a Burton - and Cream Tea (06/05/16) Friday, 6th May 2016 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
A general wildlife walk around this fabulous SWT reserve that takes you through a variety of habitats including old water mill and hammer ponds, birch woodland, heathland, alder carr, an acid bog known as the Black Hole and Parkland containing some majestic 400 year old sweet chestnut trees. We will be looking out for late incoming summer migrants, early flying dragonflies and butterflies but generally anything that moves and grows.
(c) Robin Crane
The walk will last about two hours and will be followed by a cream tea at Burton Mill. The proprietor requires a minimum of 15 people and so this walk is a combined event to include both walk and cream tea or alternative. The cost of the tea is £6.00, payable on the day.
Open to anyone interested general wildlife.
Meet in the small car park next to Burton Mill. Nearest postcode GU28 0JR. Grid Ref: SU 979180. Burton Pond is located three miles south of Petworth and one mile east of Duncton off the A285.