King's Field north is a grassy meadow with many cricket-bat willow trees.
King's Field south is a lush meadow now being used as pasture by some of our sheep
Both we and the and owners want to increase the variety of wild flowers in the grassland and we are confident that traditional grazing (and hay-making) will help do this. We have been given wildflower seed from an Essex Wildlife Trust nature reserve which we are sowing at Kings Field'
The gate to Kings Field South is usually locked but there is a pedestrian access beside it, giving access to the public footpath and the permissive paths around the sheep pastures
The gate to Kings Field North is at the eastern end of the field near the car parking area. Please shut the gate after you.