Ifield Lake

Collins Road & Compassion Close, Bewbush, RH11 8, Crawley, United Kingdom

Ifield Mill Pond, although surrounded by large areas of recreational grassland, is considered to be the most important wetland site in Crawley. Strips of woodland are located along the pond margins and to the south east, along Dowster Brook.
This large pond supports a rich bird community - coot, moorhen, mallard, mute swan, great crested grebe, reed bunting and grey wagtail, all breed here. Winter visitors include many species of duck, whilst kingfisher, heron and water rail may be seen very occasionally.
Fishing is permissible every day from 7.30 am to sunset except when closed or Fishing is suspended by the Council.
All anglers must be in possession of a valid rod licence from the Environment Agency, which can be obtained from via the internet or at the post office.

Address: Collins Road & Compassion Close, Bewbush, RH11 8, Crawley, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.crawley.gov.uk/pw/Leisure_and_Culture/Open_Spaces/Conservation/INT010149

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