Site of Nature Conservation Interest

  • Nature Reserve

    Nature Reserve

    Bedelands Farm Local Nature Reserve is situated on the northern edge of Burgess Hill and access to it is from the playing fields next to Burgess Hill Town Football Club, off Maple Drive, and from Coopers Close. The Nature Reserve consists of ancient meadows, woodland, hedgerows and ponds, covering 33 hectares (80 acres), and is…

  • Local Nature Reserve

    Local Nature Reserve

    Set on 41 acres of land sandwiched between a beautiful National Park and the English Channel, this Local Nature Reserve is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna and enjoys some spectacular views – a stunning filming location.

  • Millpond and Water Gardens

    Millpond and Water Gardens

    This is a hidden gem located in a busy commuter town and is a designated Site of Nature Conservation Importance. The area is a haven for diverse wildlife, and has an adventure playground and a 19th century weatherboarded water mill. A beautiful setting for filming.

  • Nature Reserve

    Nature Reserve

    Set towards the foot of a beautiful National Park is this 28 acre designated Site of Nature Conservation Importance (SNCI) and Local Nature Reserve. It is teeming with a variety of wildlife including rare species of butterflies, diverse habitats, boasts stunning chalk grassland and a woodland copse. It enjoys spectacular views over the surrounding downland,…

  • Green Corridor In Coastal City

    Green Corridor In Coastal City

    Green corridor winding past apartment blocks, the train station, a goods yard and down an embankment to street level. An urban Site of Nature Conservation Interest, this community space is a haven for wildlife, and with its views from the top out over the city, this is a great location for filming and photography.

  • Park and Gardens With Lake

    Park and Gardens With Lake

    This park has formal gardens, a Victorian fountain, an Arboretum, a lake that is surrounded with various types of trees and wild flowers, a meadow for bio-diversity, croquet lawns and a tennis court set over nearly 20 acres. A great feature is the contrast of the 1960s block of flats and the decorative balustrades and…