Discover the rich diversity of wildlife on Thame's award-winning nature reserve. A quick, circular walk can take just twenty minutes. If you have an hour or more, there's a network of paths with plenty to see - and it's different every time you visit.

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With several different habitats in one easy-to-stroll site, Cuttle Brook is a unique piece of 'semi-wild' countryside free from roads but just a few minutes walk from Thame Town Centre - a delightful 'green lung' for the area.

Meandering right through the reserve is a tributary of the River Thame called the 'Cuttle Brook', which springs to life in the Chilterns. The whole area now offers superb, open river-meadow views and a network of paths through about thirty acres of mixed meadows, woodland, sedge and reed banks, hedges, trees, riverbanks and scrubland.

Draft Management Plan 2010-2014


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