Cosmeston Lakes Country Park and Medieval Village

Cosmeston Lakes Country Park and Medieval Village covers a variety of habitats with over 100 hectares of land and water, some areas designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest protecting the rare and diverse plant and animal species. 

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Age Groups: Early Years, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

 

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Environmental Education Programme

The environmental education programme offers children a chance to take part and appreciate their natural surroundings while learning about the environment. Activities are led by experienced ranger service staff and if there are particular topics/areas you would like the ranger on the day to cover they will be more than happy to try and help. Activities run for 1 hour, please see below for a list of activities.   

 

For more information, please contact Karen Child / Pauline Hadgraft:

  • 02920 701678

Cosmeston Medieval Village

During the development of Cosmeston Lakes Country Park in 1978, excavations uncovered the remains of a community over 600 years old, and so began a unique archaeological project to restore the village of Cosmeston. The Medieval Village seen today is fully accessible to visitors and set in the year 1350. It was a fascinating time in history as the village had been given a new boost of life by the de Caversham family.  The Medieval Village is wheelchair friendly and open 7 days per week. 

 

 

  • Café and ice cream parlour

  • Adventure playground area

  • Large car park with coach bays and disabled parking

  • Toilets