Opening and Events at Warley Place
Warley Place is open to the public every day.
The entrance is adjacent to the Thatchers Arms pub (post code CM13 3HU) and through a wooden barred gate that should be kept closed.
If driving, a small car park is at the end of the short drive. Trail Guides are available at the next gate into the reserve.
Spring Bulb Spectacular - Sat 25th February to Mon 17th April
(Weekends only plus Good Friday and Easter Monday)
During the months of February through to April Warley Place comes alive with a profusion of snowdrops in the woodland and daffodils and crocuses in the two meadows. At weekends during this time volunteers will be on hand to meet and greet you and answer any questions you may have about Warley Place’s habitat and history. Guided walks are also available on Saturdays mornings at 10.30am taking in the flora, fauna and history of Warley Place.
Spring walk video on YouTube
Join Fred Rumsey, Botanist at the Natural History Museum as he goes in search of wildlife on a spring walk at Warley Place Nature Reserve.
Please Note - Warley Place is a Nature Reserve and dogs are not allowed past the car park into the reserve itself. There are no toilet facilities on the site. There is limited parking space on the reserve so we would ask large groups of people attending to share cars where possible and to contact Mick Hedges (01277 231367), Fiona Agassiz (01277 230436) or John Cannell (01277 217236) to ensure their visit does not clash with another large party.