Keldmarsh

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Keldmarsh: Trees cover much of the reserve and include alder, beech, crack willow, elderberry, elm, hawthorn, horse-chestnut, larch, oak, sallow, Scots pine and sycamore. Fungi and slime moulds are well represented, especially in the undisturbed areas, where hedges and thickets provide cover for many small species.

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Car

Turn off Keldgate onto the A164 at the roundabout. At the next roundabout turn left onto Figham Way, then right onto Lincoln Way. Park in the lay-by on the left where the road bends right. Walk across a paved path and the grass to the reserve.

Walk

from Beverley:
Along part of the route known as the ‘Beverley 20’.

From Keldgate:
Walk down Long Lane, and after half-a-mile, take the Willow Lane turning. The reserve lies a third-of-a-mile down this lane.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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