11.00am Wild About the Manhood Peninsula
2 miles, 2 hours approximately
What makes this area special for wildlife? A circular walk designed to find out what it’s about and why it lives here. Led by Dr Jill Sutcliffe from the Manhood, Wildlife and Heritage Group (MWHG). Bring binoculars if you have them.
£2 per person. Meet at Church Norton in the small car park by the church or catch the number 51 bus to Norton Corner and walk along Rectory Lane.
Meet at Church Norton on the edge of Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve in the very small car park by the Church so car sharing advisable. If using public transport, Bus 51 runs from Chichester to Selsey. The lane to Church Norton joins the B2145 on the Left at the sharp corner before the bus gets to the outskirts of Selsey ie after the Farm shop which is on the right. Grid Reference: SZ 871 956. Post code: PO20 9DT. If you like bring a picnic to share after the walk.
Contact Jill on 07747 022 727 for more information.
6.00pm All Aboard!
Selsey still has an interesting range of railway carriage homes. A stroll around the East Beach area will tell the story of how and why they came to Selsey. Not always obvious, you will see the location of several and learn how to identify others. A pamphlet is available for those who wish to research this fascinating story further. Led by Dr Bill Martin.
Meet at East Beach Car Park, Beach Road, Selsey
Postcode PO20 0SZ
Contact Bill 07931 363 573 for more information.
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