Cethins Meadow, and nearby Little Marises Meadow, are unimproved, species-rich, lowland neutral grassland fields lying within the Black Mountains Valley Living Landscape.
A patchwork of small meadows and orchards rich in wildlife.
A traditional old Herefordshire hay meadow
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.
Ancient woodland with typical ground flora including an abundance of bluebells in spring.
Semi-improved neutral grassland
Ancient semi natural woodland rich in vegetation
An exceptionally varied herb-rich, although small, field
Grassland area with a very rich flora, including a number of orchids