Hatton Meadows

Barrie Wilkinson

Hatton Meadows

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

Common blue butterfly

Bob Coyle

Hatton Meadows

Two small damp meadows adjoining Hatton Wood (SSSI).

Location

Situated to the north side of Hatton Wood
Wragby
Nearest postcode LN8 5QL

OS Map Reference

TF 167 754
A static map of Hatton Meadows

Know before you go

Size
4 hectares

Parking information

Roadside parking along the entrance track, there is a 0.6 mile walk from here

Grazing animals

Sheep

Walking trails

A circular walk can be made by using the two footbridges, please keep to the mown path before the hay is cropped

Access

Mown grass paths from entrance gate through to meadow leads to wide bridge over a small stream, can be difficult terrain in places and muddy/slippery in winter

Dogs

No dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

April to July

About the reserve

The reserve consists of two small meadows adjoining Hatton Wood. Tall hedges surround most of the meadows and a small beck with a gravel bed makes a dog-leg course through the meadows. There are two small ponds in the west field. Many butterflies, including some scarce species have been recorded, among which are purple and brown hairstreaks, white admiral, common blue and large skipper.

Nearest postcode LN8 5QL. Please note - postcodes are for the nearest registered address as we are unable to get postcodes for nature reserves.

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