Penorchard Meadows

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Penorchard Meadows: At just under 14 hectares they form one of the largest remaining areas of semi-natural grassland in the county.

The special interest of the meadows lies in the marvellous and now rare diversity of the grassland, characterised by crested dogs-tail, common knapweed, common bird's-foot trefoil and common spotted orchid.

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It is best to approach from the roundabout on the A456 Birmingham to Kidderminster road about half a mile west of its junction with the B4183 to Halesowen.
Turn up Hagley Wood Lane and at the T-junction shortly after the summit turn sharp left into Chapel Lane and continue to the church car park approximately 200yds on the left.

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never closes

Prices:

Free

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