Byron's Pool local nature reserve

Named after Lord Byron who frequented the weir pool in the area, the site has only been a reserve since 2005. The area is densely treed with a walk through the woods and alongside the river. The tree stock is slowly being returned to a more historically original state with the removal of non-native species, the habitat of the ponds are being managed for the benefit of frogs, fish and aquatic birds.

Find out more about Byron's Pool on our local nature reserves website

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