Southwell Potwell Dyke Grasslands

The grasslands are a series of small wetland meadows owned by Southwell Minster which are now being managed as traditional hay meadows.

They will be mown for hay after the main flowering period, allowing seeds to be retained on the ground, and then grazed by sheep.

There is a network of paths across the fields which are open all year round.

Spring wild flowers include ragged robin, ox-eye daisy, yellow rattle and orchids.

Guided walks available, please call 01636 819050

  • 01636 650000

    Mon to Thurs 8.30am to 5.15pm
    Friday 8.30am to 4.45pm

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    Newark and Sherwood District Council
    Kelham Hall
    NG23 5QX

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