|Type||Local Nature Reserve|
|Managed by||Cambridge City Council and City Greenways Project|
The site is named after Lord Byron, who used to swim in the water. It is a pool and adjacent woodland next to the River Cam and Trumpington Meadows. Birds include little grebes and grey wagtails, and there are frogs, butterflies, damselflies and dragonflies.
There is access from Grantchester Road.
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