High Weald

Things to spot

ispy_rucksackI-Spy High Weald' has recently been published as the 50th booklet in Michelin's new series of I-Spy booklets. It is an essential guide if you plan to be out and about in the area over the summer.

The guide highlights the old and the new, the familiar and the rare. Many of the features can be commonly seen in the High Weald throughout the year, but some are more seasonal. There are 97 features, many of which help to make the area one of England's Finest Landscapes.

A points scheme awards points according to how rare the feature may be. For instance a white admiral butterfly scores 20 points, whilst a squirrel scores 5 points. Once you score 1,000 points or more you can apply on-line for a certificate. If you collect 5 tokens from different I-Spy guides you can send off for a badge.

Content for the booklet was produced by the High Weald Joint Advisory Committee with publication and marketing being undertaken by Michelin Maps and Guides.

The booket is available in local bookshops and attractions or you can order online from Michelin.

Happy I-Spying!

If you like 'I-Spy High Weald' you may also be interested in 'Historical Happenings in the High Weald - From Stone Age to Space Age'.

Our Outdoor Activity Cards provide inspiration for other things you can to get children excited about their local countryside.