This site consists of two fields. One is a Site of Special Scientific Interest recognised for its interesting plants such as basil, thyme, harebells, bee orchids and autumn gentian and over 25 species of butterflies. This limestone bank is a superb example of traditional Cotswold grassland. The second field was a cultivated arable field until twenty years ago when it was reseeded as grassland and now contains many of the species found in the SSSI field. The site is adjacent to the Banbury Cheltenham disused railway and has a small area of wet woodland adjacent to the River Swere.