Bishop's Field

Bishop's Field by Andy Harris

Bishop's Field by Andy Harris

Bishop's Field

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Dog on a lead
Volunteer Group
A charming remnant of Wolverly Marsh in the Stour Valley.


Blakeshall Lane Wolverley
DY11 5XA
A static map of Bishop's Field

Know before you go

2 hectares

Parking information

Very limited parking in village

Grazing animals


Walking trails

The reserve is not far from the River Stour and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal. Wolverley is a beautiful village with amenities.


Keep to short path - will be muddy underfoot when wet.


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Dawn to dusk

Best time to visit


About the reserve

This small reserve, bought by the Bishop family in 1996 to protect it, provides a small haven of wetland habitat.  It was once part of an extensive wetland and we hope it may eventually be possible to recreate wetlands in the land around it. The reserve is a must for committed naturalists as the high water table allows its peaty soils to support a host of wetland flora.  Visit at the right time and you’ll see southern marsh orchid and greater tussock sedge, an uncommon plant in the midlands.

Contact us

Andy Harris
Contact number: 01905 754919

Environmental designation

Local Wildlife Site (LWS)