Cethins Meadow, and nearby Little Marises Meadow, are unimproved, species-rich, lowland neutral grassland fields lying within the Black Mountains Valley Living Landscape.
Three traditional Herefordshire hay-meadows, a small orchard area, two ponds and a complex of old hedgerows.
A traditional old Herefordshire hay meadow
Two fields; Hampton Meadow and Big & Little Common
Known as ‘Little Marises’, the flower-rich meadow lies between two other nature reserves – Cethins Meadow and Canon Tump Common – in the Black Mountains Valley, near to Michaelchurch Escley. The…
Lugg Meadow is one of the most important surviving Lammas Meadows in the UK.
Semi-improved neutral grassland
Remnant of what was originally an extensive area of wet common meadow
Unimproved, marshy floodplain grassland with a wealth of diverse flora.
Ancient semi natural woodland rich in vegetation