Llynclys Common near Oswestry is a rich limestone environment on which more than 300 plant species have been recorded including fairy flax, twelve kinds of orchid and seven types of St John’s Wort.
It is useful to take a map and compass. Although not a huge area, it is very easy to get lost.
Location: 5km south of Oswestry, park in parking area down lane opposite the Lime Kiln pub and walk up nearby bridleway. Grid ref SJ 273 237. For more information contact the Shropshire Wildlife Trust on 01743 241691.
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