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Winnall Moors and St Cross Nature Reserves, Winchester

A wet and wondrous place, conjuring up scenes from ‘Wind in the Willows’, with water voles, toads, and otters. Enjoy clear chalk streams, rustling reedbeds and historic water meadows. Our ministream is the perfect place to discover the creatures which live in this habitat. Find out more about Winnall Moors in Nature Reserves.

Address

Winnall Moors Nature Reserve
Durngate Place,
Winchester
Hampshire
SO23 8DX

Contact Details

Main contact:
Susan Simmonds, Assistant Education Officer
01962 828629

Facilities

  • Wheelchair access

Up to 15 people for a guided walk Approximately 30 pupils per class visit 5 minutes walk to toilets Level access from the Durngate entrance via a surfaced path and boardwalk suitable for most pushchairs and wheelchairs. There are five benches along the circular path offering resting places for those with limited mobility.

Delivery Items

  • Pre-visit information available
  • Provision of materials/equipment/livestock
  • Risk assessment
  • Self-guided activities
  • Set programmes
  • Tailored programmes

Pricing

Full day £7 per head (minimum £100 for full day): ½ day £4 per head (minimum £60 for ½ day). Some free HLS funded visits to St Cross available.

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