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Stockwood Meadows

Two small unimproved hay meadows managed by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust on behalf of Plantlife.

These two small meadows provide an important link in a chain of meadows stretching from Pershore to Redditch.  They were purchased by Plantlife in 1996 and are managed by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

The meadows are important for a variety of plants including cowslip, pepper saxifrage, adder’s-tongue fern, saw-wort, yellow rattle, three species of orchid and salad burnet.

A stream crosses the fields providing wetter areas.  The meadows are cut for hay and are then grazed.

Please note that the reserve is only accessible on special open days or guided walks – please contact the Trust for details.

Nearby nature reserves

Sands Meadows
1 miles - Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Feckenham Wylde Moor
2 miles - Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Long Meadow
2 miles - Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Location
Nr Inkberrow
Alcester & Redditch
Worcestershire
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Opening Times
Special Open Days Only - Please Contact the Trust
Size
1.70 hectares
Access
No

Access only on special open days- contact the Trust for details.
Dogs
No dogs allowed
Grazing animals
yes
Reserve manager
Dominique Cragg
Tel: 01905 754919
dom@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org

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