Situated on a steep slope with attractive fruit trees


Church Pitch

OS Map Reference

SO 587 377
A static map of Pool Ellocks

Know before you go

0 hectares

Walking trails

The reserve lies on a steep slope but access around it is straight forward. Visitors are asked to close the gate when departing


There is no wheelchair access at this reserve.


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

All year round

About the reserve

The site is on a steep, sheltered slope, facing south-east. It had clearly been an orchard for some time, as there are some large old apple trees present. Several quite old box trees along the south-east boundary may also have been introduced. The central area has been planted with a number of standard cider apples and perry pears of traditional varieties. An old stone barnĀ forms an attractive feature in the centre of the orchard and this is now a bat roost. Thickets of raspberries and bramble provide nectar and pollen over a long period in summer for a variety of pollinating insects

Contact us

Herefordshire Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 01432 356872