Severn Ham, Tewkesbury
|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
|Area of Search||Gloucestershire|
|Natural England website|
It is on the east side of the Severn to Old River Severn, Upper Lode SSSI.
Habitat and flora
The site is important for protection being one of the few remaining ham meadows which are traditionally managed. It is sited on the alluvium of the Severn Vale and is a flooded area in the winter months. It is neutral grassland and mostly only semi-improved. There are specific requirements in respect of fertilisers for the site to ensure the protection of the wide-ranging flora. This includes the rare sulphurwort (Oenanthe silaifolia).
- Natural England SSSI information on the citation
- Natural England SSSI information on the Severn Ham, Tewkesbury units
- Natural England (SSSI information)
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