Meadow Brown © Amy Lewis

Meadow Brown © Amy Lewis

A small, green oasis for wildlife


Just off the A327
GU14 9XU

OS Map Reference

A static map of Whitehouse Meadow Nature Reserve

Know before you go

1 hectare

Entry fee

Donations welcome

Parking information

There is limited parking at the end of Juniper Road. Please don’t park in resident’s spaces.

Bicycle parking

Unsuitable for bicycles.

Grazing animals

Cattle grazing on reserve.

Walking trails

A short path leads through the small woodland as well as round the edge of the meadow.


Contact the Trust for disabled access information


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

Visit in spring and summer to see a host of warblers and butterflies.

About the reserve

Whitehouse Meadow was once part of a much larger landscape made up of a network of wet acid grasslands.

While the wider landscape was lost to development, Whitehouse Meadow was retained and now provides an important wildlife oasis.

Although small, it encompasses a little section of woodland as well as the open meadow. Wander through and you will find plant species such as lousewort, bedstraws and tormentil, along with butterflies like meadow browns flitting from flower to flower.

Contact us

Richard Hennessey

Environmental designation

Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)