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Grimley Brick Pits

An important wetland site with many uncommon plants and animals

This important wetland area comprises of three old gravel extraction pits.  The open water attracts wildfowl and Worcestershire’s largest heronry is found here. 

Deadwood in the surrounding carr woodland supports a rich variety of invertebrates and birds.

The reserve is held on a long lease.

Please note that access is very limited and the reserve should be viewed from the riverside public footpath.

Nearby nature reserves

Monkwood
2 miles - Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Droitwich Community Woods
3 miles - Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Lower Smite Farm
3 miles - Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Location
Grimley
Worcester
Worcestershire
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Opening Times
Access is limited to the public footpath
Size
16.50 hectares
Access
Yes

Due to marshy nature, access limited and views best made from public footpath that adjacent to the river.
Walking information
Due to marshy nature, access limited and views best made from public footpath that adjacent to the river
Dogs
No dogs allowed
Reserve manager
Dominique Cragg
Tel: 01905 754919
enquiries@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org