Date: Sunday 13 March 2016
At the southern end of Forest Row there is a wonderful and little-visited part of the forest that includes woodland, heath and water. The latter in particular is home to species that are relatively uncommon in the south east, and some that are somewhat rare.
In this walk we’ll explore the boggy, wetland habitats, so wellingtons are essential.
Meet at the lay-by on the A22 at the southern end of Kidbrooke Park (where the fence ends). There is parking for a few cars there, but it is only a 15 min walk from the village.