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Lovers' Lane

The meadow in front of the House is a mass of wild daffodils in spring, and, because neither artificial fertiliser nor-weed killer have ever been used on it, a rare variety of wild flowers grow here until it is cut for hay in July. Ninety-five per cent of such ancient wildflower meadows have been lost since the Second World War. This meadow, of high conservation value, has 43 species of grasses, sedges and flowers.