Charles Sinker Fields
Know before you go
Parking informationPark in the car park on the other side of Morris's Bridge
There are two gaps in the hedgerow to view the fields from the lane to Morris's Bridge.
All individuals can enjoy watching the birds visiting Charles Sinkers Fields from the Lane. From the car park (which has designated disabled parking) to the fields, there is a canal bridge to cross with steep incline either side, but alternative parking is sometimes available in the layby's by the fields - but please park responsibly.
When to visit
Opening timesThe fields are viewable from the lane to Morris's Bridge
Best time to visitAny time
About the reserve
Charles Sinker was a founder member of Shropshire Wildlife Trust in 1962. Professionally, he was the first warden of Preston Montford Field Centre and the Field Studies Council first national director.
In 1962 he published a paper highlighting the extraordinary ecology of the Meres & Mosses, which has formed the backbone of efforts to conserve them ever since.