Emma B Photography
We have over 250-acres of land for you to explore and find your Nature Moments in.
Brockholes is still a young reserve and has already seen some exciting wildlife visitors! The reserve changes with the seasons, so you can see something new each time you visit.
Get involved, get out the house and get stuck in with some practical wildlife experiences.
Paul Hayes Photography
Our stunning Meadow Lake Suite floats on the lake, within a cluster of eco-buildings that nestle amongst the reeds.
Claire Christopher Photography
Imagine taking your wedding vows floating on water, surrounded by panoramic lake views and amazing wildlife.
We receive zero government funding and rely on our members and grants to support our charitable activities.
September has been a month of notable change at Brockholes Nature Reserve as summer has slowly transformed into autumn. With this seasonal transformation the reserve has undergone a dramatic…
Every year you will hear us getting all excited about a bittern. Sometimes maybe two! But what is a bittern?
A welcome winter visitor to Brockholes, the Bittern has once again returned and has been spotted by a few regular visitors.