Our meadows are like our ethos, and as such remain, wild and free, which add depth to each Childs experience, growth and understanding of nature through the seasons
A word from our wonderful land owners;
"We have two areas of wildflower meadows. The one alongside the spinney was used to grow wheat and later grass. Since then we have been encouraging wildflowers to return but the grass still outgrows them. We still have original un-ploughed meadow in the next field, either side of the stream. It is a valuable ecological resource as so little unimproved lowland meadow survives and is an official Local Wildlife Site".