26th September, 2017. Noddle Hill nature reserve, Bransholme, Hull.

Discovered this amazing nature reserve Sunday afternoon. Covering a very extensive are and accessed by a narrow circular path (muddy in places), with some offshoot paths, with the area around having been left to grow and thicken naturally. Also a large fishing lake and a smaller managed wetland area designed to accommodate parties of school children (see picture above). Beside the path an occasional metal slat seat, not many but the ones that do exist are located at points that give a good panoramic view (particularly one with the tower of Swine church clearly visible in the middle distance). Definitely to be visited and supported. It has a website giving further details and location.