20 is plenty

Flanders Moss NNR


I suppose it was predictable that as soon as we improved the track leading to the Flanders Moss car park then people started speeding down it. The problem with this is not only it is unsafe for those that walk and cycle to the reserve but also going too fast will damage the track, cause more pot holes and get us back quickly to the state we were in last winter. And the speedsters will probably be the first to complain about the state of the track then.
So please drive slowly. I have just put up new speed limit signs to remind you.
And look at the fields as you drive down to the car park as there is often interesting wildlife to see as you drive down, brown hares, pink-footed geese, buzzards, twite, golden plover, roe deer and curlew can all be seen in those fields.
By driving slowly the Flanders wildlife experience starts as soon as you turn off the main road.

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