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Honiton Bottom Community Nature Reserve

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Honiton, England
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love comming here lots of nice views

love comming here lots of nice views, been here since i was about 6, really enjoy comming here... read more

Reviewed 9 January 2017
lsgworldl
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East Midlands, United Kingdom
Awesome views from Roundball Hill

Go the south side of Battishorne Way and walk across the field and through the woods, up and out... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2016
Sheldon20
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Honiton, United Kingdom
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This site supports a wide range of common plants and wild creatures. Honiton Bottom Community Nature Reserve is about a mile from the bustling centre of the market town of Honiton. Situated at the southernmost tip of the town, this site offers close up views of some common but none the less enthralling species of wildlife. There is a wild play trail for children and a surfaced path.
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8 Jan 2017
“love comming here lots of nice views”
16 Nov 2016
“Awesome views from Roundball Hill”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Honiton, England
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Reviewed 9 January 2017

love comming here lots of nice views, been here since i was about 6, really enjoy comming here, will be going again when it gets warmer

Thank lsgworldl
Reviewed 16 November 2016

Go the south side of Battishorne Way and walk across the field and through the woods, up and out the top and climb the VERY steep slope to get to the top of Roundball Hill. The woodland walk is slippery but fun with lots of...More

1  Thank Sheldon20
Reviewed 27 April 2016 via mobile

This is a park that I walk through on one of my favourite walks, you can walk by the river. If you have children is great as lots of wooden rustic style climbing / Park activities laid out too. Definitely need wellies though. If you...More

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EDDC-Countryside, Public Relations Manager at Honiton Bottom Community Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 12 October 2016

Thanks for your feedback and review. Elle Information and Events Officer

Reviewed 18 March 2016

This nature reserve on the outskirts of Honiton is great for families and dog walkers. The conservation projects are ongoing but it is still well maintained and worth a visit, we visit on a regular basis.

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 3 March 2016

Honiton bottom is a great green space in the middle of town. IT has activities for children to do and is also good for dog walking. There is a small orchard, river and grassland meadow to enjoy.

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expatpirate
18 October 2017|
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Response from EDDC-Countryside | Property representative |
Hi The nearest postcode is EX14 2EG. The Nature Reserve is on the side of the road where Battishorne Way meets Honiton Bottom Road. I hope this helps. Thanks
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Jeanne R
19 January 2017|
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Response from EDDC-Countryside | Property representative |
No sorry - but it is close to town where there are some lovely cafes to choose from :)
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