www.langdyke.org.uk Look for “Find out about Nature Reserves”, then Torpel Manor Field
email of the Manager of Torpel Cabin/Visitor Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 01780 764062.
Public footpath crosses the Field. Recommended that you check opening times of the Cabin.
- Mounds and ditches which are the remains of the Norman fortifications
- Trails which provide information about the people who once lived there
- Banners in the cabin windows giving historical information
- Boards on the walls inside the cabin, giving more information about the medieval manor and the archaeology
- Pottery fragments found nearby and how to identify and date them
- Educational materials suitable for key stages 1, 2, 3
- Opportunities for visits by adult groups and individuals, open days and events
How to get there
Torpel Field is a mile west of Helpston centre on the B1443, known as King Street
On foot: the Torpel Way footpath from Peterborough to Stamford crosses the Field
By bus: Delaine 201 between Peterborough and Stamford, hourly service, stops at Helpston garden Centre, 100 metres from the Field
By car: parking for cars and a minibus is available close to the cabin for booked visits, Post code for sat navs is PE6 7DU.