Aerial view of Medmerry

Pagham Harbour and Medmerry

Sitting in one of the few undeveloped stretches of the Sussex coast, Pagham and Medmerry are important places for many species of birds, insects, mammals and plants.

Book your place

Interested in bringing your class to Pagham Harbour and Medmerry? Complete a booking request form and send it in to Hayley below.

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Coast on a stormy day

Hayley Flanders

Hayley.Flanders@rspb.org.uk
01798 875851

What we offer

Our activities are designed to be hands-on and fun, with many opportunities to get your class closer to nature. With a range of habitats to explore, your class can search for special plants and animals on the saltmarsh and shingle and look for minibeasts in our pond and meadows.

The majority of our sessions are within easy walking distance of Pagham Harbour's visitor centre. Pagham has an indoor space, toilets and picnic area, so your class can have a fun, safe and educational visit. Our coastal sessions can be accessed by minibus at Church Norton. 

Medmerry is home to the largest open-coast managed realignment scheme in Europe, making it an ideal location for secondary geography students. It was created between 2011 and 2013 and consists of shingle, mudflats, tidal lagoons, saltmarsh, widllife-friendly farmland and dragonfly-rich ditches. Access is possible by minibus.

To find out more, take a look at the list of the programmes and contact us to make a booking. 

Each programme is designed to last two hours. Sessions run from 10am to 12pm and then 12.30 to 2.30pm. Two programmes can be combined to make a whole-day visit.

How to find us:

For directions to Pagham Harbour Local Nature Reserve visit the reserve page.

For directions to Medmerry visit the reserve page.

Construction work, Medmerry RSPB Reserve, West Sussex

Contact us

Coast on a stormy day

Hayley Flanders

Hayley.Flanders@rspb.org.uk
01798 875851