Tp things to do at {Pulborough Brooks} Nature reserve

Hi and greetings This week i took BMM to visit to Pulbourough Brooks it was a amazing day out in the beautiful Arun Valley, situated at the foot of the rolling South Downs, DSC_0024Home to all kinds of wild life.. Apond arrival i was greeted by amazing views of the newly restored wood lands. Waling along the gentle trails listening  to the beautiful song ofDSC_0038 the nightingale and experience the magic of the dawn chorus starring the mellow black birds. I stop by a pond where fierce darting dragonfly parade around the boggy pools. DSC_0040

The air was so fresh up on the heath land where i enjoyed the evening stroll among the flitting bats and twinkling glow worms

Accessibility and features

  • No charge for parking
  • A manual wheelchair can be borrowed free of charge
  • A Tramper mobility scooter is available for hire (please book in advance)
  • The Visitor Centre is open 9.30 am-5 pm daily (the cafe closes at 4.30 pm), except Christmas Day and Boxing Day. The nature trail is open daily from sunrise to sunset, except Christmas Day
  • Check accessibility for events and activities
  • We welcome registered assistance dogs (please do not be offended if we ask for evidence of registration)
  • Staff available to assist. Binoculars for hire.

How to get here
Pulborough Station, 2 miles (4 km) away. Taxis are not readily available at the station
Request bus stop outside the reserve

By train

Pulborough (2 miles/4 km); taxi available.

By bus

Compass Bus 100, from Burgess Hill to Horsham, serves the stop immediately outside the reserve. It is a request stop, so you will need to ask the driver to drop you outside the reserve when you board. For a full timetable, please see: http://www.compass-travel.co.uk/timetables/service_100.html

By road

Located approximately 2 miles/3.2 km from Pulborough village. Follow the A283 towards Storrington. The reserve is located on the right-hand side.

Car parking

  • Five Blue Badge parking outside visitor centre with Tarmac surface
  • Loose gravel surface in main car park
  • No lighting
  • Drop-off point outside the Visitor Centre

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