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Knelston Marsh

Knelston Marsh is an important area of high quality rush pasture surrounded by arable land and improved grassland.

The site is located in close proximity to two woodland SINCs and is important for a number of invertebrates and birds including Linnet.

Berry Wood (managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West WalesOpens new window) is a short distance to the south.

Facilities

  • Petrol Station and shop at Knelston
  • Pub (King Arthur) in Reynoldston

Designations

  • Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC 364)

Access information

Knelston, Gower
Grid Reference SS475887
OS Explorer Map 164 Gower

Footpaths
There is a footpath off the A4118 South Gower Road, opposite entrance to Stout Hall, that runs through the east part of the site. This footpath also links to Berry Wood Wildlife Trust Reserve.

Buses
The Gower Explorer bus runs regularly along the South Gower Road. Bus stop at Stout Hall entrance.

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