Kingfisher by Albert Butcher
A number of paths are maintained to help visitors to explore the reserve all year round.
The boardwalk follows the right of way across the wetland enabling visitors to observe the different habitats.
Public footpaths are open all year round. The car park and eco toilet are open most days. Bike racks are available.
Get even more out of your visit by completing our Quiz Trail (a printable version can be found here).
Norfolk Hawker by Albert Butcher
Our Reserve Manager is supported by a group of volunteers helping with our practical conservation work, public events, data collection and scientific research.
Our volunteers help Foxearth Meadows thrive. We welcome people of all faiths and none and offer a wide range of volunteering opportunities to suit all abilities.
Join us at our weekly work parties to learn new skills in the fresh air and exercise as part of a friendly team.
We offer a full programme of public events including dawn chorus walks, evening bat walks, bird and dragonfly identification guided walks, outdoor services and a celebration of National Meadows Day. Our ‘FoxeARTh’ days invite artists of all levels to get creative outdoors.
Some events are very popular and require booking. We also welcome pre-booked organised group visits including leisure, community, church, youth and school groups. Churches have found the reserve an inspiring venue for outdoor worship. Contact us to arrange your visit.
The reserve is an ideal place for learning activities and inspiring children and young people to engage with nature. Environmental education activities include pond-dipping, sweep-netting, quiz trail, craft sessions and nature walks.
We welcome schools, youth clubs, home school students, Scouts, Guides, church and community groups
For bookings and other enquiries, please email our Reserve Manager, Mark Prina.