Lollycocks Field, Sleaford
Lollycocks Field’s 5.47 acres of pasture provide an important habitat for many species of plants and animals under threat from the town and the surrounding agricultural farmland.
In 1983, North Kesteven District Council bought Lollycocks Field to safeguard its role as an area of high value to wildlife. It is situated on Eastgate, Sleaford next to the District Council offices, NG34 7EF. A pond was added in the mid-1980s, to further enhance the site prior to declaration as a Local Nature Reserve in September 1993. A small scrape can be found adjacent to the pond. This very shallow water area provides an excellent and safe habitat for pond life.
The area is managed on behalf of NKDC by Hill Holt Wood, an Environmental Social Enterprise and has a successful volunteer group who meet on site once a month. If you have any comments, suggestions or would like to volunteer please contact the Head Ranger on:
Millennium Green, North Hykeham
North Kesteven District Council is proud to have been managing this 41.28-acre site since being appointed trustees in 2011. It is situated behind the playing fields on Newark Road, North Hykeham and can be accessed by parking in the Memorial Hall Car Park on Newark Road, North Hykeham LN6 9RY.
The sites management plan aims to give visitors a great outdoor facility to enjoy, whilst encouraging natural habitat growth and nature conservation. It features wildflower meadows, hedgerows, a 1 mile foot/cycle path, a picnic area and a dog friendly walking area. It predominant feature is a large lake with viewing areas. In order to further preserve the area, a volunteer conservation group is being formed.
Please make the most of the space and all it has to offer whilst respecting other users.
Hill Holt Wood, an Environmental Social Enterprise, manage the site on the Council’s behalf. If you have any comments, suggestions or would like to volunteer please contact the Head Ranger on: