Radford Meadows

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Radford Meadows: 104 acres of lowland wet grassland, forming part of the River Penk floodplain.

There are some great views of the Meadows from the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal. Some of the most visible species are waders and wildfowl such as teal, wigeon, lapwing and snipe. Other birds regularly seen are black headed gull, heron, kingfisher and buzzard.

The reserve include a number of native Black Poplars, one of England's rarest tree species

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The Meadows are located south of Radford Bridge (opposite the Radford Arms pub) on the A34 in Stafford. Access to the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal towpath can be obtained on foot from the A34 (in between the bridge and BMW garage) or via Hazelstrine Lane (over the canal bridge).

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