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Gwen and Vera's Fields

One of the few wild daffodil meadows left in the area known as the "golden triangle", these fields are carpeted with native wild daffodils every spring. Throughout the year there is wildflower interest, and along the woodland boundaries birds such as nuthatch, chiffchaff, blackcap and jay can be seen. There are a few old orchard trees standing in the fields.

This is a great nature reserve to visit in the spring when you'll see it at it's glory as a wonderful carpet of golden wild daffodils appear. This nature reserve has wildflowers throughout the year; and the autumn-flowering meadow saffron and common spotted orchid flower can be found in the western field. Nuthatches, chiffchaff, blackcap and jay's can be seen along the woodland boundary.

Species and habitats

Meadow, Orchard
Wild Daffodil, Wood Anemone, Jay, Chiffchaff, Blackcap, Nuthatch

Nearby nature reserves

Betty Daw's Wood
1 miles - Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
The Michael Harper Reserves (Queen's Wood)
2 miles - Herefordshire Wildlife Trust
Vell Mill Daffodil Meadow
3 miles - Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Two miles north west of Newent, Nr Oxenhall
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Great for...
historical interest
spring flowers
Best time to visit
Mar - May
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Opening Times
Open at all times
0.28 hectares

Walking information
The annual Oxenhall Daffodil Weekend includes walks within the
Parking in the reserve gateway infront of the Forestry Commission barrier.
No dogs allowed
Grazing animals
Reserve manager
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01452 383333