Free guided walk at Wild Ken Hill!

Join us on Saturday 28th January for a free guided walk at Wild Ken Hill to discover the farm’s work around regenerative farming and rewilding.

Wild Ken Hill, located in West Norfolk stretches from the sea through coastal scrub, freshwater marshes, heathland, wood pasture to nature-rich farmland. Wild Ken Hill which featured in many episodes of BBC’s Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch uses rewilding, regenerative farming, and traditional conservation practices side-by-side in a unique, innovative approach. An incredible 2,500 species and counting have been recorded at the reserve!

Discover what the nature has to offer with Wild Ken Hill’s experienced and knowledgeable guides. You will learn about the rewilding area, where you will see the work done by the grazing animals (pigs, ponies and cattle) and beavers, to create a natural habitat. You will also observe birds that are spending the season on the marshes and in the woodland.  Each area of Wild Ken Hill (woodland, marshes, fields) provides a habitat for flora and fauna, which you will learn about during your tour.

Tours will begin with light refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits), before heading out for a 2 to 2.5 hours walk around the Estate, with the same refreshments available on the return.

Saturday 28th January 10:00am – 12:30pm

To sign-up to the walk please click here.

Access information:

Please note that although the walk is inclusive, the walk is not wheelchair friendly due to the nature of the environment and land. People with walking difficulties may find the terrain difficult in winter, particularly following heavy rain. The walk will cover approximately 1.5 to 2.5 miles.

How to get there:

AddressHeacham Bottom, Lamsey Lane, Heacham, Kings Lynn, PE31 7PQ

Arrival and Car Park

The postcode for sat nav is PE31 7PQ. The vehicle entrance for Wild Ken Hill guided tours beginning from Heacham Bottom visits is large-letter signposted from the A149 and from Lamsey Lane, Heacham. The entrance itself is on Lamsey Lane.

Upon arrival, there are visible signs to the free private car park which is situated beyond the working farmyard.

There are approximately 15 accessible parking spaces within the parking area, which are 5 metres from the welcome and reception area (see below) where the guided tours will start and end.

Heacham Bottom Bus Stop arrivals from the direction of Kings Lynn are serviced with pavement to the meeting location for guided tours off the Lynn road, which pedestrian visitors may use. It is 5 metres to the visibly-signed Wild Ken Hill entrance and a further 215 metres on a tarmac and gravel road to the visibly signed meeting location for guided tours. Visitors arriving at the Heacham Bottom Bus Stop from the Hunstanton direction, directly opposite the bus stop if arriving from the Lynn direction, will need to cross the single carriageway A149 to reach the Wild Ken Hill pedestrian entrance.

Discover more about Wild Ken Hill: Wild Ken Hill – Experiences in Nature

This event is organised by the EXPERIENCE project which is funded by INTERREG France Channel England via the European Regional Development Fund.

Credit: Wild Ken Hill