The 65-acre Hill End site is spread over a gentle hillside on the edge of Wytham Woods near Oxford. The site enjoys a beautiful situation on the sunny, south-facing slopes of a rural valley in the green belt, with hilltop views over the surrounding area including Farmoor reservoir. The site is managed for wildlife, with a wide diversity of habitats including chalk grassland, ponds and streams, marshland and developing woodland. The upper grassland slopes are part of the Wytham Wood Site of Special Scientific Interest. It can provide all of the natural resources for field studies and environmental education. In 2004 the site achieved its Eco Centre status meaning we maintain an environmentally friendly approach to everything we do. The Centre is an ideal location for educational, social and recreational visits, with facilities for organised groups of any age to spend a day or stay on a residential visit in a rural environment- any time of the year.