St Lawrence Field six spotted burnet moth

St Lawrence Field six spotted burnet moth

A small arable field managed with wildlife in mind.


Seven Sisters Road
Isle of Wight
PO38 1XA

OS Map Reference

A static map of St Lawrence Field Nature Reserve

Know before you go

5 hectares

Entry fee

Donations welcome

Walking trails

Small section of public access footpath crosses the south-east corner of the Reserve. This is linked to the coast path running just outside the southern boundary to the site, the best way to view the reserve. 


Contact the Trust for disabled access information.


Guide dogs only
Guide dogs and Assistance dogs only

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

In spring swallows, warblers and finches. Wildflowers in field and margins in spring and summer. Winter finches and buntings on winter stubble.

About the reserve

This small arable field is managed with wildlife in mind. Here you will find rare cornfield flowers which were once plentiful in our countryside, a beetle bank and flocks of farmland birds.

Contact us

Jamie Marsh
Contact number: 01983 760018

Environmental designation

Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)

Location map