A particularly important reserve for a wide variety of butterflies
This reserve contains a diverse area of grassland, scrub and woodland. It is particularly important for butterflies. At least 24 species have been recorded here since 1991, such as small skipper and small copper.
There are many types of grasses including fescues and bents, Yorkshire-fog and smooth meadow-grass, which attract numerous insects.
Twenty-one species of butterfly are listed here, including purple hairstreak, marbled white and small copper.