Mareham Pastures is an 11 hectare Local Nature Reserve in Sleaford. It is owned by Lincolnshire County Council and managed jointly by Lincolnshire County Council and the Friends of Mareham Pastures. The reserve consists of wildflower meadows, woodland, hedges and open grassland, providing a good habitat for butterflies and potentially barn owls. It is located westwards off Mareham Lane and the site can be accessed by the public on foot via Bullock Pastures Lane, which begins at Sleaford Cricket Ground off London Road. Visitors travelling by car can park next to the former recycling centre off Mareham Lane and gain access that way.
Information last updated Sun, 28 Jun 2020 09:45.