Cotswolds are the largest of Britain's 36 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Crammed with gentle valleys, pretty villages and undulating hills, they're a tourist
hotspot during the summer months, not least of all because of the rolling grasslands
around Stroud and Slad.
Our summer farmlands and grasslands simply come alive
at this time of year with wild flowers and animals.
- Why not try your hand at nature
activities in summer meadows including flower spotting and Badger watching.
and Stroud Valleys - Visitor Guide
and Stroud Valleys, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire.
Slad - GL6 7 and Stroud - GL5 4.
Tourism - 01684 295027
Stroud Tourism - 01453 760960
Wildlife Trust (and Badger evenings) - 01452 383333
Wildlife Trust - email@example.com
Multimap of Slad
reference:||Grid reference: SO875078|
Butterfly spotting, Badger watching,
identification guide. Walking shoes. Binoculars for birds.|
Butterfly watching - rare species.
Adonis Blue butterflies can be found on Rodborough and Minchinhampton Common which
are both Natural Trust land. The best time to see them is May-August.
are Badger evenings all year round in the Slad Valley via the Gloucestershire
Birds - the best places to watch Kestrels hunting
are limestone ridges and valleys.
Wildlife Trust runs walks and events.
depending on location, terrain and nature of outdoor events - contact Wildlife
Trust for more information. |
The Slad Valley is located around Slad
close to Stroud in the south western Cotswolds.
Stroud is situated
10 miles south west of Cheltenham and eight miles south of Gloucester.
times:||Badger Watching - all year round (book
evenings in the Slad Valley - small fee which goes towards paying for the food
and helping the Gloucestershire Badger Group. Adults £6; Children £4.
Minchinhampton Common - free.
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