About Shapwick

Welcome to Shapwick Moor Nature Reserve

Shapwick Moor Leaflet photoSituated on the Somerset Levels, it was previously farmed for a variety of arable crops. The Hawk and Owl Trust is restoring it to permanent wet grassland. Some land is being restored to fen. Rough grass margins will encourage owls and other birds of prey and the small mammals they feed on. It is open year round and accessible by public and permissive paths. Shapwick Moor forms part of the Avalon Marshes network of reserves.

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The Sett Hide at Shapwick Moor
The Sett Hide at Shapwick Moor

Getting there
Shapwick Moor Nature Reserve is near Glastonbury in Somerset and can be reached from the AS39 Street to Bridgwater Road, turning off for Shapwick and heading north for Westhay.

The reserve is open at all times but access is restricted to public and permissive paths along the edge and across the middle of the land.

Please keep to the marked paths and boundaries which are shown on the map below.

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Shapwick Moor Map as of 2016
Shapwick Moor Map as of 2016