A steep sloping wood almost split in two by a deep gully
Mostly ancient grassland, with some woodland, and a variety of wildlife and plant life.
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
A narrow, steep-sided wood valley
The reserve and caves are open to visit from dawn to dusk. There is a small pull-in to park, an interpretation board and well walked public footpath that goes down past the cave. The rest of the…
One of the finest, ancient, semi-natural broad-leaved woodlands left in the Wye valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
A reserve full of a variety of flowers; a great place to spot deer
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…