Downhill Meadow


Mark Hamblin/2020VISION

Downhill Meadow

A meadow whose boundary hedges have most likely been in existence since medieval times


Near Downhill
A static map of Downhill Meadow

Know before you go

2 hectares

Grazing animals


Walking trails

Take care as site can be wet and slippery


Public footpath around the reserve. Terrain can be difficult and muddy at points.


Dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

April to July

About the reserve

The meadow is a relic of the downland that once covered the area and it is likely that the boundary hedges have been in existence since medieval times. Bird life includes the yellowhammer, who scavenges for seeds. Wild angelica blooms from July to October; its nectar is very attractive to insects

Contact us

Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 01872 273939