Date(s) - 17 Jul 2016
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Lavernock Point Nature Reserve is a beautiful and interesting site with a rich history. It is a fantastic example of coastal Jurassic limestone grassland, with meadows full of wildflowers, including some rare species. It is also a SSSI and is historically important as it contains listed Ancient Monuments.
If you’d like to learn more, come along and meet the Lavernock Point volunteers to find out all about the history and wildlife of the Nature Reserve.
Date: Sunday 17th July
There’ll be guided tours of the reserve every hour, on the hour, for your chance to take a walk through the reserve with someone who knows it well.
Meeting Place: Main entrance to the reserve. Grid reference: ST181681. Take the B4267 via Fort Road, sign-posted Lavernock Point. There is limited parking by the gate or in the public car park at the end of Fort Road.
Clothing Requirements and Access: The reserve can be muddy in places and contains several stiles. Please wear good walking shoes or wellies and come prepared for the weather.