Stonebridge Meadow

Stonebridge Meadow, part of Stonebridge Wild River Reserve, is a short walk from the centre of Marlborough, situated between St Martin’s and London Road.

The Stonebridge Wild River Reserve comprises of 15 acres of water meadow, where a circular walk is maintained for visitors. This stretch of the River Kennet is managed as an exemplar of a chalk stream and on the opposite riverbank there is a wooden boardwalk (suitable for disabled access).

The site is managed for people and wildlife, with volunteers facilitating many of the plans including planting hedges, river restoration and creating a wildflower meadow.

Future plans include digging a wildlife pond and a reedbed to filter runoff before it enters the river.

Throughout the seasons Stonebridge has a variety of wildlife to be enjoyed – kingfisher and water vole to name but two.

Action for the River Kennet run public moth nights, bat walks and led wildlife walks throughout the year.

Visit ARK’s website or facebook page for more details www.riverkennet.org www.facebook.com/riverkennet


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