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Silverines Meadows

Meadows that are set amid the small hedged fields around Goulceby.

From the Red Hill reserve high on the chalk escarpment to the east you can look down towards Silverines Meadows set amid the small hedged fields around Goulceby. There is an abundance of the silvery-white meadow saxifrage here, a localised plant of sandy soils (could this be the origin of the picturesque name Silverines?). An additional attraction is a small marsh and stream where there are southern marsh-orchid, common spotted-orchid, kingcup, ragged-robin and water avens.


Nearest postcode: LN11 9UG

Please note - postcodes are for the nearest registered address as we are unable to get postcodes for nature reserves. Please use the maps provided here to locate the entrance to the reserve.

Species and habitats

Grassland, Meadow

Nearby nature reserves

Red Hill
1 miles - Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Sotby Meadows
4 miles - Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Banovallum House
6 miles - Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Ranyard Lane
Map reference
TF 259787
Best time to visit
Apr - Jul
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Opening Times
Open at all times
5.90 hectares
Walking information
Please keep to the edges of the reserve and to any mown paths, especially before the hay is harvested.
Cars may be parked on the roadside.
No dogs allowed
Grazing animals
Reserve manager
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01507 526667


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