Cromwell Bottom Nature Reserve covers an area of approx. 76 acres of diverse habitat, including flower meadows, dry and wet woodland, ponds, a Sphagnum Bog and a lagoon. Working with Calderdale Council Countryside Service, volunteers work to maintain and improve the reserve’s habitats to support our diverse wildlife and make the reserve more accessible for everyone. This occurs throughout the year, restoring and maintaining havens to help all our species flourish. A new pond has been created with seating and already there is an abundance of wildlife visiting it, some staying! Pay a visit to our Dipping Platform along Tag Cut, where you will see plenty of damselflies, dragonflies and a Moorhen or two!