Pagham Harbour to Sidlesham Quay Selsey Selsey Road, England, PO20 7NE

A circular easy access trail through Pagham Harbour. Even when the Centre is not open it is usually possible to obtain a useful introduction leaflet to Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve from a cubby-hole at the Visitor Centre. The area…

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A circular easy access trail through Pagham Harbour. Even when the Centre is not open it is usually possible to obtain a useful introduction leaflet to Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve from a cubby-hole at the Visitor Centre. The area is a wetland of international importance and is of interest in all seasons for flowering plants, butterflies, summer breeding birds and the winter visiting seabirds. It is slightly preferable to do the walk in an anti-clockwise direction, as described, as it is easier to get through the gates.

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