Hogmoor Inclosure Site Information
We are pleased to announce that in conjunction with WBRC and The Land Trust we are now providing a full-time ranger service at Hogmoor Inclosure.
Brendan Finnegan will take the lead on the practical elements of the management and maintenance. Assisting Brendan is Countryside Ranger Terry Read and Community Ranger Julie Reid. Jamie Cummins, Senior Countryside Ranger, will also be involved in a management role.
The team will also provide nature and educational based events, which can be seen on our events page
Third party events in Hogmoor Inclosure
We welcome applications to hold third party events in Hogmoor Inclosure.
Events may be subject to an events permit issued by the Land Trust which may take up to six weeks to authorise.
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School and Nursery visits are most welcome at Hogmoor Inclosure.
We ask that you contact us prior to your visit so that we can ensure the best experience for you.
If you wish to have a Ranger meet and work with your group there may be a fee payable for groups based outside of the parish.
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The site has open pedestrian access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Onsite you will find Cafe Hogmoor, where you can purchase hot and cold drinks and food, and The Beehive Educational Room which is available for booking. These are run by the Whitehill and Bordon Community Trust
There is a children's play area and marked trails to help you explore the site.
There is limited disabled access due to the nature of the site however there are five marked disabled bays for parking and an easy access path for mobility scooters and wheelchairs which runs from the car park past the Cafe.
There is a Changing Places toilet available with key upon request from the Cafe.
The easy access path continues into the heart of the play area and part of the Legion Trail, marked red, is suitable for those with mobility issues. At this time a circular route is not available due to the terrain and so it is necessary to retrace your route upon reaching the Roman gateway. However this is something which we are investigating improvement of.
There is a free car park off of Hogmoor Road which is open daily from 8am - 6pm. There are a limited number of parking spaces including five marked for disabled users.
Please keep highways and gateways clear and leave plenty of room for other road users to pass safely.
Please do not park in residential streets or side roads.
If the car park is full please be prepared to turn around and come another day or to walk/cycle.
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