ⓘ Basildon Meadows is a 6.5 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest on the southern outskirts of Basildon in Essex. The site is composed of three u ..

                                     

ⓘ Basildon Meadows

Basildon Meadows is a 6.5 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest on the southern outskirts of Basildon in Essex.

The site is composed of three unimproved meadows which have a wide variety of herbs. The principal grasses are creeping bent, rye-grass and crested dogs tail. Flowers include the green-winged orchid and yellow rattle, which rare in Essex. There is also a small pond and scattered scrub.

The fields are private land with no public access.

                                     
  • open from April to October. The Friends of Lake Meadows are a voluntary organisation working with Basildon Council, Billericay Town Council and the Billericay
  • It is part of the 36.8 hectare Mill Meadows Local Nature Reserve LNR which is owned and managed by Basildon District Council. The SSSI is composed
  • bɪləˈrɪkiː listen BIL - ə - RIK - ee is a town and civil parish in the Borough of Basildon Essex, England. It lies within the London Basin and constitutes a commuter
  • hectare Local Nature Reserve in Vange, a suburb of Basildon in Essex. It is owned and managed by Basildon Borough Council. The site has grassland and scrub
  • nature reserve west of Basildon in Essex. It is managed by the Essex Wildlife Trust. This site has a wildlife garden, woodland, meadows and lakes. Over 350
  • Match abandoned in 87th minute 0 1 due to spectator medical emergency, Basildon United subsequently withdrew from competition. Match abandoned after
  • Noak Bridge is a housing estate in the civil parish of Laindon in Basildon Essex. The estate takes its name from the bridge over the River Crouch at the
  • name. Pitsea had played in the Vange District Sunday League and the Basildon Sunday League, winning the league treble in 1994 95 and 1995 96, and the
  • flood plain of the River Thames which benefits from hay meadows traditionally used as flood meadows to either side of Pangbourne. Fewer than 15 properties
  • Lagoon and Marshes Inner Thames Marshes Vange and Fobbing Marshes Basildon Meadows Mucking Flats and Marshes Hangman s Wood and Deneholes Despite much