Clattinger Farm

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Clattinger Farm is breathtaking in June, when the wildflower meadows are at their most colourful. A walk around the nature reserve will offer a glimpse of plants that were once common, but some of which are now extremely rare. Several species of orchid, including the Southern Marsh Orchid, and the nationally-rare Downy-fruited Sedge, are amongst its treasures. The hay is cut in July, after the flowers have seeded.

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From Malmesbury to Cirencester road (A429), turn at the village of Crudwell, towards Eastcourt. Turn left at Eastcourt for Oaksey. Go through the village and 1.5 miles after the railway bridge, turn right towards Minety. The reserve entrance (look out for a stile) is marked about 0.5 miles on the right, opposite the entrance to Swillbrook Lakes Nature Reserve.

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Never closes

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Free

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