Greena Moor (Creddacott Meadows)

Greena Moor

Ben Watkins

Greena Moor (Creddacott Meadows)

Mainly grassland with some broadleaved woodland, scrub and streams


Greena Moor is 1 mile (1.5 km) south of the village of Week St Mary
A static map of Greena Moor (Creddacott Meadows)

Know before you go

53 hectares

Grazing animals


Walking trails

Pathways cross the fields, but not the culm. The surfaces are uneven and can be very wet and muddy. Stout footwear is recommended.


Public footpath around the reserve. Terrain can be difficult and stout footwear is recommended.


No dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

April to August

About the reserve

The site is mainly grassland with some broadleaved woodland, scrub and streams. Meadow thistle and whorled caraway are two key species associated with the purple moor-grass and rushes that dominate this place. The meadow thistle is an elegant plant growing to almost three feet in height and with only the softest of prickles. A low mound on the stream's slopes may be the remains of a Bronze Age barrow. There are many barrows around this area.

Contact us

Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 01872 273939