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Suffolk Wildlife Trust at Trimley Marshes

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Joy to bird watch here

We visited several times in our week stay at ipswitch since we enjoy walking wasnt far for us from... read more

Reviewed September 13, 2016
David S
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Harrogate, United Kingdom
Fabulous little reserve

This is an outstanding reserve, superbly managed by volunteers for the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, yet... read more

Reviewed November 16, 2015
Mike L
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Solihull, United Kingdom
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13 Sep 2016
“Joy to bird watch here”
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Cordy's Lane, Trimley St. Martin IP11 0UD, England
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Reviewed July 31, 2017

We walked from the top of trimley st martin, following the road signs . We parked and walked to the viewing point, looking over the cranes at the port. However to walk on to the visitors centre was long and arduous! We arrived to find...More

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Reviewed September 13, 2016

We visited several times in our week stay at ipswitch since we enjoy walking wasnt far for us from train station,we had luck to catch several new species including wryneck on sunday evening at about 5 pm if like outdoors and nature certainly recommend it

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Reviewed November 16, 2015

This is an outstanding reserve, superbly managed by volunteers for the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, yet situated just a stones throw from the giant container docks at Felixstowe. As has been said it is a good 2 mile walk from the car park to the reserve...More

2  Thank Mike L
Reviewed September 13, 2015

The walk through from Trimley St Martin via Loompit Lake down Sleighton Hill is terrific especially for observing butterflies, dragonflies, geese and other waders. Little used compared to other reserves, it's fabulous.

2  Thank Rod G
Reviewed September 6, 2015 via mobile

We randomly stumbled upon this walk and with little planning found the walk really easy to navigate and an excellent walk. You get to see lot of country diversity and currently there is a load of ripe blackberries!! Enjoy the walk!!

1  Thank James K
Reviewed July 3, 2015

Parked near Searsons Farm and strolled down to sea wall, massive contrast in-between the fascinating and highly mechanized activity at Felixstowe Container Port, a bit like a big train set. Down to marshes with number of hides around the nature reserve, even though it was...More

2  Thank Martin G
Reviewed October 22, 2013

Trimley marshes is not for the faint of heart- either way you approach it (from Trimley or from Levington) it's a long walk. There is no shelter on the sea wall along from Levington and little to look at for long stretches of the path...More

2  Thank LabOwner33
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