Herefordshire Wildlife Trust took ownership of this grassland reserve in 2019 and are restoring it as a mixture of meadow, hedgerow and scrub habitat.


Tretawdy Farm Nature Reserve, Llangrove
A static map of Tretawdy Farm

Know before you go

11 hectares

Entry fee


Parking information

There is parking for a few cars at a time just inside the entrance gate

Grazing animals

This nature reserve is seasonally grazed.


Access is currently limited to public rights of way


No dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Dawn to Dusk

Best time to visit

Spring- early summer

About the reserve

Herefordshire Wildlife Trust are pleased to confirm that they have now taken ownership of Tretawdy Farm, Llangrove. Tretawdy Farm was left to the Trust as a legacy from Mrs Eileen Cook.

The Trust intend to manage the farm land as a habitat for wildlife in keeping with the ethos of the legacy of Mrs Cook. Some of the land will be cut for hay and grazed while other parts will be left to grow as wild as possible, with long grass and scrub being encouraged. The Trust is planning to consult with the local residents when drawing up plans for the future of the farm.  There will be various volunteer opportunities and chances to get involved with this site.  If you are keen to help out at this valuable local nature reserve, please contact us:


Contact us

Pete Johnson