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GRID REF: SO 938 363 POST­CODE: GL20 7HP HOW TO GET THERE: The re­serve is lo­cated in South Worcestershire near to the bor­der with Gloucestershire, near Bre­don. From Kemerton Road, take Kin­sham Lane near the Crown pub and post of­fice. Fol­low the road and af­ter a few hun­dred me­tres the re­serve is sign­posted on the right WHERE TO PARK: There is room for two cars at the sign­posted en­trance. Can also be ac­cessed from nearby per­mis­sive foot­paths TER­RAIN: Fairly flat un­sur­faced paths, muddy in parts dur­ing win­ter. Gated ac­cess points AC­CES­SI­BIL­ITY: Open all year round. Parts of the re­serve are pri­vate (see be­low). Not suit­able for wheel­chair ac­cess. Dogs al­lowed un­der strict con­trol on per­mis­sive paths only FA­CIL­I­TIES: Hide lo­cated near the per­mis­sive foot­path. Fur­ther hides for mem­bers only. Pub and post of­fice/store in Kemerton High Street PUB­LIC TRANS­PORT: Bus num­ber 540 Chel­tenham-eve­sham stops at The Crown pub, in Kemerton WEB­SITES: Kemerton Con­ser­va­tion Trust, web: kemerton.org / Worces­ter Bird­ing, web: worces­ter­bird­ing.co.uk CLUB CON­TACT: West Mid­land Bird Club, web: west­mid­land­bird­club.org.uk COUNTY RECORDER: Steven Payne, email: worcs-recorder@west­mid­land­bird­club.org.uk MAPS: OS Ex­plorer 190, OS Lan­dranger 150

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