Ty Brith

Meadow in full bloom at Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust's Ty Brith Nature Reserve

Ty Brith Nature Reserve in June © MWT/Tamasine Stretton

Flower-rich meadows


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OS Map Reference

A static map of Ty Brith

Know before you go

5 hectares

Entry fee


Parking information

Park safely on the roadside

Grazing animals


Walking trails

There are no set footpaths. Ground is largely flat, but can be uneven & wet in places.


Contact the Trust for disabled access information


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

May to July

About the reserve

These four fields are probably the largest group of unimproved hay meadows in Montgomeryshire. For hundreds of years, the fields have been managed traditionally; the hay is cut after the flowers have set seed and then the fields are grazed until the grass stops growing. An area of species-rich wetland further enhances the second field, attracting wintering Snipe to the reserve.

There are over 100 different flowers and grasses at Ty Brith, including several species of orchid - in today's modern silage fields you are lucky to find 6 different flower species!

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Contact us

Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 01938 555654
Contact email: info@montwt.co.uk

Environmental designation

Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)