The Reserve

Curry Farm has long been known for the diversity of its wildlife and when crop growing finally ceased in 1991, 65 acres was given over to nature conservation.

Over the years many acres of woodland have been planted as has grassland with other areas left as ponds, lake and scrub.

On Summer nights thousands of moths may come to a purpose built light-trap and these can be enjoyed by our visitors before they are released in time for the following night.