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Free Parking and Entry at Pulborough Brooks

Get wild with us for National Lottery Open Week between the 9 and 17 March and if you bring a National Lottery ticket we'll give you and up to one extra adult and 3 children free parking, and entry to RSPB Pulborough Brooks*.

Pulborough Brooks has beautiful views across to the South Downs and is set in one of the richest areas for nature in the country - the Arun Valley in West Sussex. This nature reserve has a great variety of habitats and is home to some wonderful wildlife. Experience the magic of a springtime walk as our earliest flowers peek through along the hedgerows and you are serenaded by birdsong. Out on the wetlands our lovely lapwings will be displaying and you could see birds of prey like red kites and marsh harriers soaring through the skies.

Families can enjoy our two play areas, try den building in the woods or hire binoculars and take a wildlife spotting walk along one of two signposted trails.

So what are you waiting for, grab your National Lottery ticket or scratchcard and let us say #ThanksToYou for supporting us with a free visit and have a really wild time at RSPB Pulborough Brooks. If you're already a member then why not bring a friend or two for free too?

*Terms and Conditions below.

Information on access around the trails

Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear for your adventure. If you have binoculars then do bring them along but we do offer a binocular hire service.

The wetland trail includes access to our hides and bird feeding station. The paths are suitable for pushchairs and our tramper mobility buggy (which must be booked in advance). Dogs, other than assistance dogs, are not permitted on this trail.

Dogs, kept under close control, are allowed on our wooded heathland trail. This part of the reserve has natural paths which can get a bit muddy and bumpy – they are tricky for pushchairs, and unsuitable for wheelchairs and our tramper mobility buggy.

There is a car park, play area toilets, cafe and shop at the nature reserve.

RSPB Terms and Conditions – Pulborough Brooks

Promoter: The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (the RSPB) is a registered charity in England & Wales no. 207076 and in Scotland no. SC037654 whose registered address is at The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2DL.

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