Birches Farm boasts a stunning array of wild flowers across a patchwork of fields. The meadows and pastures are bordered by thick hedgerows and there are two ponds. The reserve is a nationally…
A patchwork of small meadows and orchards, rich in wildlife.
The last remnant of a much larger peaty wetland area that existed in the 19th century.
Two fields; Hampton Meadow and Big & Little Common
A narrow, steep-sided wooded valley
One of the finest, ancient, semi-natural broad-leaved woodlands left in the Wye valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A quarry lying within Lord's Wood being colonised by various plant and moss species.
Lugg Meadow is one of the most important surviving Lammas Meadows in the UK.
Unimproved, marshy floodplain grassland with a wealth of diverse flora.
Situated on a steep slope with attractive fruit trees