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Carr House Meadows

An example of English countryside as it used to be

At Carr House Meadows, the old English style meadows have been maintained and create a lovely setting. These meadows are a rare example of the flower rich fields that were once a common sight in England. They  abound with colour – bluebells, yellow rattle and swathes of red and white clover. Scabious and orchids can all be found here, as  well as the bright pink marsh-loving ragged robin, a rarity in the area.  

Nearby nature reserves

Agden Bog Nature Reserve
2 miles - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Greno Woods
3 miles - Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust
Fox Hagg
6 miles - Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Location
Carr House Meadows is just outside the village of Wharncliffe Side
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S35 0DD
Map reference
SK 282 954
Best time to visit
Jun - Jul
Get directions
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Public transport
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Opening Times
Open at all times
Size
15.70 hectares
Access
Contact the Trust for disabled access information
Walking information
Linked to the Ewden Valley by Public Rights of Way
Parking
Car park only open for events; otherwise park in the village of Wharncliffe Side, avoid parking on Carr House Lane as it is narrow
Dogs
Dogs allowed
Grazing animals
yes
Reserve manager
Sheffield Wildlife Trust
Tel: 0114 263 4335
mail@wildsheffield.com