Woodland Wonders

Join Ben Kimpton on a guided walk through some of the woodlands at Pippingford Park to learn about this important habitat and the wildlife it supports. Find out why our ancient woodland is so important,  learn about our common woodland wildflowers, find out who lives underground and how to tell rabbit, fox, badger hole apart, what mice live in the wood and what do they eat?

Ben’s has lived in Sussex for over 20 years and has spent all his life working with nature, in some capacity. In his early years he worked at the Eden Project, on in-between days he loves nothing more than days out doing habitat management and for the last 15 years he has worked as an ecologist. He has studied woodlands, their management and their wildlife and enjoys bringing their history alive for others.



Saturday, departures at 10:30, 15:00 & 17:00.

Who’s it for?

All the family.


Head to the Into the Trees entrance to the sign posted meeting point. Walks have limited numbers of participants and are on a first come first serve basis.

Please note we recommend closed toe sturdy footwear.

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