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Inkberrow Millennium Green

Inkberrow Millennium Green

The site is 3.45 hetares; it consists of two fields with wildflower grassland, small woodland, Mediaeval moat and fish ponds, ridge and furrow, hedges and rich and varied wildlife. There are seats and picnic tables with mown paths. One field is grazed by sheep and the other cut for hay. The whole site is open to the public at all times. It is managed by a small Trust for the benefit of the local community and to maintain and improve the various habitats. It is in Higher Level Stewardship with an educational access agreement under which we can offer free visits for both schools and other groups. Situated on the edge of the village of Inkberrow in Worcestershire at the bottom of the Church Hill.


Inkberrow Millennium Green, Church Hill, Inkberrow
c/o Applecross Worcester Road, Inkberrow

Contact Details

Main contact:
Mrs Wendy Johnson


  • Coach parking
  • Wheelchair access

Picnic tables and seats. Close to facilities in the village. Information boards on flower-rich grassland, archaeology map of site.

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Set programmes available for KS1 and KS2 . Please contact for or middle and secondary schools. May be able to provide fieldwork opportunities for A level biology and geography.



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