Lying either side of the A14 flyover between the football ground and the recycling site, this site is not high on anyone’s list for a quiet day out! However, the small wet meadow has a surprising wealth of plant life with both adder’s tongue fern and brown sedge present. The area of willow scrub is largely undisturbed from where warblers sing in the Summer months. The area has recently been designated a County Wildlife Site due to its rich variety of wildlife.
Grassy paths allow visitors access throughout the site though in winter the area may be flooded.