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Welcome to Hayle Park Nature Reserve

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About the Reserve

Who We Are

Hayle Park Nature Reserve Trust currently manages 60 acres of land within Tovil; Hayle Park Nature Reserve and Walnut Tree Meadows (the former tip site at Dean Street). The trust was established in 2014 by Maidstone Borough Council, Tovil Parish Council and the Valley Conservation Society.  We are proud to be considered one of the top natural sites in Maidstone and we can’t wait for you to stop by and visit.
Hayle Park Nature Reserve became a registered charity in March 2020.

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  • This event will take place on the top field, which is just through the main entrance from Fieldfare Drive (ME15 6XL).

  • No entrance fee and suitable for all ages.

  • This is a small local event and we encourage people to walk as there is only on-street parking, which is very limited.

  • If you have accessibility issues, please contact us in advance, be emailing haylepark@outlook.com and we will try to make parking arrangements for you.

  • Seating will be very limited, you may wish to bring a picnic blanket or camping chair for your own comfort.

  • All dogs must be kept on the lead in this area during the event.

  • This is an outdoor event, but social distancing is still encouraged.

  • Any questions, please email haylepark@outlook.com

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