Cethin’s Meadow and nearby Little Marises Meadow are unimproved, species-rich, lowland neutral grassland fields lying within the Black Mountains Valley Living Landscape.
A reserve consisting of three parts with meadows and orchards.
A traditional old Herefordshire hay meadow
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
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust took ownership of this grassland reserve in 2019 and are restoring it as a mixture of meadow, hedgerow and scrub habitat.
A woodland site with many indicator species showing that this is an ancient site