The Severn Ham is a 70 hectare Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The site is protected for being one of the few remaining traditionally managed ham meadows. It is situated on the alluvium of the Severn Vale and is a flooded area during the winter months.
The site boasts a wide range of flora, including meadow buttercup, lady’s smock and the rare sulphurwort. The site is also home to many nesting birds; including lapwing, curlew and redshank.