Eridge Rocks, Tunbridge Wells - Wildlife Walk (18/05/2020) Monday, 18th May 2020 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Leader: James Duncan
Eridge Rocks is a uniquely fascinating reserve, designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) owing to its lower plant interest (mosses, lichens and liverworts). The sandstone rocks that give the reserve its name were probably formed between 20-50,000 years ago, though the original sand would have been deposited during the Cretaceous period. Over 195 invertebrate species call the site home so come and join us to find a few, as well as the multitude of other woodland wildlife present in spring. Circular guided walk of approximately 3km.
Eridge Rocks is located in Eridge Green, four miles south of Tunbridge Wells. From the A26, turn into Warren Farm Lane whose entrance is next to a small church. Continue up the track to a small car park at the base of the rocks.
PLEASE NOTE: There is also a bus stop near to the entrance of the lane. The nearest postcode is TN3 9JW
Booking essential as places are limited.
To book please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sussex Wildlife Trust Members - Free of charge. Non-members - Donations appreciated