A path goes around the reserve
Must be under close control
The route is flat, one section is a hard track
One bench available
Held throughout the year – check website
Flitton Moor is a Local Nature Reserve & County Wildlife Site, created in 1987 on land which was anciently open moorland, but by the 19th century had been substantially drained for agricultural use – latterly by Silsoe College. The Trust works in partnership with the owners, supervises volunteer tasks and supports the friends of group. Contact Trevor Smith – 01234 228068 – for more information.
There is a path that goes around the reserve, but there is no public access to the fields. The Two Moors Heritage Trail (TMHT) runs past the site.