NWT Cley Marshes is Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s oldest and best known nature reserve. It was purchased in 1926 making it the first Wildlife Trust reserve in the country.
Please read about our current Cley Marshes Appeal!
The shingle beach and saline lagoons, along with the grazing marsh and reedbed support large numbers of wintering and migrating wildfowl and waders, as well as bittern, marsh harrier and bearded tit. The view from the visitor centre across the Marsh to the sea is breathtaking.
Click here to download the reserve leaflet for points of interest (0.5mb).
Cafe next week:
On Tuesday 26 February the centre will be without electricity from 9am to 2pm. This will mean that the café will be closed until power is restored. The rest of the centre will open as normal. Sorry for any inconvenience.
NWT no dogs policy. Visitors with dogs can walk Beach Road, along shingle bank (Northern reserve boundary) and East bank – from here you can see some areas of the reserve.