Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve

Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve,
Davenport Lane,
Brereton Heath
CW12 4SU

Grid reference: SJ794653
Phone: 01477 534115
Site Ranger: Mark Arnold

Map location

Brereton Heath LakeOpening and closing times

The park is open by 8.45am each day, and closes at 5pm during the winter, and 8.30pm during British Summer Time.

Social distancing at countryside sites

When visiting our countryside sites follow social distancing guidelines and maintain a distance of 2 metres from anyone outside your household. Additional guidance can be found on the Government website (link opens in new window)


Please note due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the Visitor Centre is currently closed.

About Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve

The Local Nature Reserve has over 50 acres of mainly silver birch and oak woodland surrounding a 15 acre lake as well as areas of heathland, a wildflower meadow and wetland areas. There is a wealth of bird life, particularly in the woodland. Great spotted woodpeckers, nuthatch, treecreepers, kingfisher, heron, great crested grebe, goldfinch are just a few of our regular sightings.

For more information on Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve and the landscape and wildlife that it has to offer, please see our activities and information page.

Please ensure your visit doesn’t disturb wildlife or damage trees and other habitats. For this reason den building is not permitted in the woodland. Dogs are welcome but must be under close control at all times.