Cwm Ivy and Betty Church

Cwm Ivy and Betty Church

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Cwm Ivy Woods and Betty Church Reserve is situated on the western extremity of the north Gower limestone escarpment. The reserve is in two parts - a section of woodland and pasture, separated by a private woodland and house, from a small limestone quarry. The two sections of the reserve are linked by the public footpath.
The larger part of the reserve is a fine example of Ash wood with some Oak, Sycamore and planted Beech.
The old limestone quarry supports an interesting sward of lime-loving plants, such as Milkwort and Wild Thyme.
Managed by the Wildlife Trust for West Wales.

01656 724100


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