Penny Pasture Common
Know before you go
Grazing animalsCows are often on site
Access is limited to the public footpaths.
When to visit
Opening timesOpen at all times
Best time to visitAll year
About the reserve
Penny Pasture Common is a species-poor neutral grassland and marsh with scattered hawthorn bushes and a large central pond. The site has a poor flora with much of the interest concentrated on the pond and its margins. Snipe have bred in the past but now are more frequent as a winter visitor. Migrant birds such as grasshopper and sedge warblers have bred in recent years.