Welcome to Rowhill Nature Reserve 👋
Local nature reserve status since 1968
FREE access is allowed to the public on foot, any other activities within the Reserve must be limited to protect the various habitats and the wildlife.
SEE THE NATURE
Explore the reserve on your own, with family or walking your dog
SEE THE WILD LIFE
You can see butterflies and if you are lucky one of our deers may show up
SEE THE FLOWERS
There are plenty of flowers to see and smell around the reserve
Volunteer at Rowhill Nature Reserve
The Rowhill Conservation Volunteers are an active group looking after the Rowhill Nature Reserve. They meet on the first, third and fifth Sunday of the month at the Field Centre. Tasks include clearing rhododendrons, hay making in late Summer, path making and coppicing in the Winter.
- Volunteers are welcome from the age of 14
- Scouts, Guides, Duke of Edinburgh’s are also welcome
- A wide variety of tasks according to the season and habitat
- Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided for volunteers
Benefits of being outdoors
The environment has the biggest impact on our health
Being in nature or even looking at scenes of nature reduces anger, anxiety and stress. You could even lower your blood pressure, heart rate and muscle tension by spending time in nature.
Start on: 7:00 PM
Rowhill Nature Reserve, Cranmore Lane
We’re sorry to announce that we have cancelled the Members’ Christmas Social due to rising Covid cases and its proximity to Christmas.
JOIN US AND HELP US BY DONATION
You can help with the upkeep and maintenance of Rowhill Nature Reserve by either volunteering or donating.
The Rowhill Nature Reserve Society was registered as a charity in 1968
The Reserve is secondary ancient woodland and the show of spring flowers is most impressive. Sweet Chestnut trees were planted to supply the hop industry that was located in the neighbourhood.