A fragment of the garden in which Charles Darwin spent much of his childhood
An abandoned limestone quarry with wonderful wildflowers
A historic reserve with volcanic origins
Two west facing species-rich meadows with wet flushes
Once a hive of industry, Granville has been reclaimed by nature
A mosaic of meadow, stream and woodland within walking distance of Whitchurch centre.
A pretty wood situated on an ancient barrier reef.
A tranquil landscape with dense hedgerows and grand old ash and oak trees
A rejuvenated oak wood with a colony of dormice
The limestone scree provides perfect conditions for rock rose, wild thyme and marjoram and the scarce prickly sedge. A small flock of Hebridean/Shropshire sheep graze it from time to time to keep…