Teversal Pastures

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Teversal Pastures: The reserve is an area of unimproved grassland covering 6.5 hectares.

The flora is diverse and varies due to differences in management and hydrology. Damper areas support species such as meadowsweet, ragged robin, water avens, ladys mantle and meadow fescue. Drier land is characterised by yellow rattle, bulbous buttercup, glaucous sedge, quaking grass and downy oat grass. The adjacent disused railway embankments support a mixture of calcareous grassland and scrub, while hedgerows provide a habitat for woodland plants including ramsons and dogs mercury.

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The reserve is on either side of Buttery Lane, a very narrow road from Skegby to Old Teversal, on the north side of a disused railway track.

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Phone: +44 115 958 8242
Email: info@nottswt.co.uk
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