Farfields Meadows

Farfields Meadow

Farfields Meadows

Two west facing species-rich meadows with wet flushes


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A static map of Farfields Meadows

Know before you go

2 hectares

Entry fee


Grazing animals

Sheep can be present on the site.

Walking trails

A public right of way crosses the site and visitors are welcome to explore the meadows.  




On a lead

When to visit

Opening times


Best time to visit

March to June

About the reserve

Two west facing species-rich meadows with wet flushes. The trust has a policy for acquiring such meadows which are at risk and Farfields was bought for SWT by a neighbour. The meadows were formally a local wildlife site known as ‘The Gore’ and was part of complex of wildlife rich sites in the area. Species to look for include Southern Marsh-orchid, Carnation Sedge, Devil’s-bit Scabious, Bristle Club-rush, Cowslip and Oxeye Daisy.

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Location map

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