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Find Us

The closet towns to the Humberhead Peatlands are Goole, Doncaster, Thorne and Scunthorpe.

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The downloadable maps include details of the access points on to Thorne, Hatfield and Crowle Moors. They also detail the walking routes on each of the Moors.

Thorne - DN8 4NA download map



Hatfield - DN7 6DS download map

 

How to get to the Humberhead Peatlands

Click here to get to the Humberhead Peatlands by public transport and car

 

How To Find Us

Thorne Moors can be reached by... Rail stations located at Thorne North and South. Contact South Yorkshire Transport. Bus service to Moorends is available from Thorne. Contact South Yorkshire Transport or Doncaster Tourist Information. Car Parking is available at Thorne Moors along Grange Road (be considerate of local residents access) and the Winning Post Centre. The postcode for Thorne parking is DN8 4NA.


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Hatfield Moors can be reached by... Bus service to: Hatfield Woodhouse and Wroot Villages are served by bus. Contact Traveline. Car Parking is available at: Hatfield Moors at Boston Park off the A614 between Hatfield Woodhouse and Blaxton (main car park). A smaller car park at Ten Acre Lake, accessed down a rough track off Remple Lane, off the A614 in Hatfield Woodhouse. The postcode for Hatfield parking is DN7 6DS for Boston Park and DN7 6DT for Ten Acre.


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Crowle Moors can be reached by... Bus service to: Crowle Moor is served by rail and bus. Contract Brigg Tourist Information. Car Parking is available at: Crowle Moors at the visitor car park off Dole Road, DN17 4BL. Follow the brown signs from the A614.


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Credit: © Natural England


Correspondance should be sent to:

David Hargreaves LIFE+ Project Manager LIFE+ Project - Restoring the Humberhead Peatlands Natural England Unit 1a Green Tree Warehousing Tudworth Road Doncaster England DN7 4HD humberhead.peatlands@naturalengland.org.uk Project Manager: 07785 714020 Office: 01302 846014 Follow us on Facebook Find out more on the Gov.uk web page