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Harlow's Local Nature Reserves

Additional Information

Located:
Next to Katherines Way and alongside the River Stort.

Admission:
Free for general walks, charges apply for organised activities and events.

Opening Hours:
Contact the Wildspace officer for more details.

Contact
tel: (+ 44) 01279 430005.
e-mail: Harlow Council's Wildspace Officer

Harlow's Local Nature Reserves are devised to enable people to enjoy their natural surroundings, whilst also providing opportunities for study and learning.  Each site contains rare species, uncommon habitat and/or important natural features for the local area, making its protection essential to guarantee the heritage of wildlife and nature for future generations.

Two of Harlow's newest nature reserves are Hawkenbury Meadow, next to Katherines Way and the Harlow Marshes running alongside the River Stort.

Throughout the year there are events for the public with additional sessions designed specifically for young people. Book in advance for these events and get close to nature by taking part in one of the free guided walks on offer.

Downloads
Click here to download a map of the river Stort showing the location of the nature reserves mentioned above.

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