Lye Valley, Oxford
Lye Valley is found in the South East region of England in Headington, a residential area of Oxford. It is a special scientific research area; it is part of Lye Valley Local Natural Reserve, which is owned and managed by Oxford City Council. The birds’ species found there include: reed warbler, reed bunting, water rail and snipe. The place contains habitats of: spring-fed lowland fen, dominated by rushes and sedges, a variety of ponds, wet woodland, wood pasture and parkland.
History of Lye Valley
Lye valley is as results of the buildings which include: Town Furze, Peat Moors and Wood Farm Council Estates. It is bordered by Southfield Golf Course which was constructed in 1920s. The ponds at that time were full of frogs, sticklebacks and water boatmen. The lizards were all over the tree stumps between the walkway and the brook..
Top Sights in Lye Valley
- Blenheim Palace
This is a country house in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. It is the seat of the Dukes of Marlborough and it is the only non-royal, non-episcopal country in England to hold the title of the Palace
- Christ Church
This is a constituent college of the University of Oxford in England.
- Oxford Castle and Prison
This is great scenery for visitors’ attraction.
- Bodleian Library
This is the second-largest library after British Library. It is the main research library of the University of Oxford and also among the oldest.
It is a building designed by James Gibbs in neo-classical style.
- Oxford University Museum of Natural History
It displays most of the Oxford University historic specimens.
- Ashmolean Museum
This is the right place to find modern and ancient arts.
- Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum
There are over 5,000 different species. It is the oldest botanic garden in Great Britain.
- Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
It is found in the Beaumont Street, Oxford. It is the world’s second University museum and Britain’s first public museum.
- Shotover Country Park
It is a nice place to have a walk.
Activities carried out
- Lye Valley Nature Reserve is a beautiful home for fenland and plants. It is also a cool place to go for a walk with a family.
- Lye Valley Frog Spawn is where the change of tadpoles into froglets takes place.
- Lye Valley Walk Oxford is a nice place to have a walk especially after boardwalk.
- Lye Valley Nature Reserve Parking and Directions is a place where parking restrictions apply. Parking can only be found on the surrounding residential streets such as Girdlestone Road.
Current news on Lye Valley
- The development of Warren Meadow is to go ahead.
- The FOLV’s Vision is to conserve the whole of Lye Valley as a continuous green area.
- Loss of green space to cause flood threat to Lye Valley area.
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