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Debdale Meadow, Muston

Debdale meadow, muston is 4.3 biological site of special scientific interest just North of muston in Leicestershire ha. Traditionally managed meadow has a diverse flora typical of clay soils Midlands, and this is evidence of medieval ridge and fu ...

                                               

Donington Park SSSI

Donington Park is 32.9 biological site of special scientific interest in the West castle Donington in Leicestershire ha. It is separated from the nearby Donington Park race track. Park was mentioned in the doomsday book, and it was managed as a d ...

                                               

Eye Brook

Stream Oka river in the East Midlands of England, a tributary of the river Welland. It is about 10 kilometers. Rising near Tilton on the hill or Skeffington in Leicestershire, it flows East. Not far from the place where it crosses the highway a47 ...

                                               

Eye Brook Valley Woods

The stream valley eyes 65.7 woods biological site of special scientific interest hectare Hallaton in East Leicestershire. It is in three separate areas, a Large Merrible wood, which is managed by Leicestershire and Rutland wildlife Fund, Bolt a t ...

                                               

Eyebrook Reservoir

Eyebrook reservoir 201.3-ha reservoir and a biological site of special scientific interest, located on the border between Leicestershire and Rutland, and between Corby and Uppingham. The reservoir created by the dam of the stream eyes. It was bui ...

                                               

Frisby Marsh

Frisbee bog is a 10.2 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East of Frisbee on Rick in Leicestershire. On this site there is a spring bogs, meadows, forests and the pool and canal, which are the remains of a former OX-bow lake be ...

                                               

Grantham Canal SSSI

Grantham canal SSSI-9.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest, which runs along a stretch of the Grantham canal and its banks between Redmile and harby, Leicestershire. This site has a variety of aquatic and terrestrial habitat t ...

                                               

Great Bowden Borrowpit

Great Bowden Borrowpit is 2.4 biological site of special scientific interest North of Market Harborough in Leicestershire ha. This former railway quarry is unusual in the swamp, dominated by soft rush, lugovik soddy and cottongrass. Other plants ...

                                               

Groby Pool and Woods

Groby pool and the forest-29 biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Groby in Leicestershire ha. Groby pool is the largest natural lake in the County, and it is used by many wintering birds. Marginal vegetation is diverse, ...

                                               

Harby Hill Wood

Harby hill wood-16.9 biological site of special scientific interest in the West acres Eastwell in Leicestershire. This site has steep ash and sycamore woods, with patches of spring swamp and colonies of wild daffodils. There is also an area of sp ...

                                               

Holly Rock Fields

Rock fields Holly is a biological site of 3.9 hectares of special scientific interest East of Coalville in Leicestershire. It is at the national level, and is primarily national limited national vegetation classification type MG5, crested dogs-ta ...

                                               

Holwell Mouth

Holwell mouth 14.5 hectare biological site of special scientific interest to the South-East of Lower Broughton, in the County of Leicestershire. This is a common ground. The March on the Jurassic clay in the valley of the river smite which runs t ...

                                               

Kendalls Meadow

Kendalls meadow is 2.7 biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Stoke-Golding, Leicestershire hectare. More than a dozen types of grass grows on it is a traditionally managed hay meadow, such as common bent, red fescue, cres ...

                                               

Kilby - Foxton Canal

Kilby - Foxton canal 32.1 hectare biological site of special scientific interest along the canal the Grand Union and its banks in Leicestershire, between Kilby bridge, South Wigston and Debdale Marina, just North of Foxton. Nine species of pondwe ...

                                               

Launde Big Wood

Launde big wood-41.1 biological hectares of site of special scientific interest East of Leicester. It is part of the Launde woods nature reserve, which is owned by the Diocesan Board of Finance Leicester and is managed by the Leicestershire and R ...

                                               

Leighfield Forest SSSI

Leighfield forest SSSI is a 11.3 hectare biological site of special scientific interest East of Skeffington in Leicestershire, England. It consists of several fragments, including wood Tugby, Loddington reddish, brown wood, Skeffington wood and T ...

                                               

Lockington Marshes

Lockington marshes 11.3 biological site of special scientific interest to the North of ha Ratcliffe on soar, Leicestershire. This site is in the flood plains of the river soar and river Trent are periodically flooded meadow pools and one of the l ...

                                               

Lount Meadows

Lount meadows is a biological site of 8.5 hectares of special scientific interest South of Lount in Leicestershire. This slightly acidic site of pastures and hayfields with different types of grass. There are also areas of species-rich rough past ...

                                               

Misterton Marshes

Misterton marshes is 6.8 biological site of special scientific interest North of Misterton in Leicestershire ha. This is one of the largest areas of undeveloped wetlands in the County. Its large areas of high-altitude wetlands dominated by common ...

                                               

Newton Burgoland Marshes

Newton Burgoland marshes is a biological site 8.7 special scientific interest hectare, East of Newton Burgoland in Leicestershire. This site is located in two places, with the Northern wet grasslands and species-rich swamp, and the southern is we ...

                                               

Oakley Wood

Oakley 48.1 wood is a biological site of special scientific interest in the West hectares between hathern in Leicestershire. This site provides the only example in the County of the transition from oak woodland on free draining acidic soils on As ...

                                               

Owston Woods

Owston woods is a biological site 139.6 hectares of special scientific interest South to owston, Leicestershire. The dominant trees in these forests of the Jurassic and glacial clays are Ash and hazel. There are a few different butterflies, beetl ...

                                               

Pasture and Asplin Woods

Pasture and Asplin woods 40.9 biological hectares of site of special scientific interest in the West of Belton in Leicestershire. These ancient forests on poorly drained clay soils are dominated by Ash, with a shrub layer of hazel and hawthorn. T ...

                                               

River Eye SSSI

SSSI the river Oka-is a 6.0 hectare biological site of special scientific interest covers the area of the Oka river between ham bridge Northwest plan and the Eastern outskirts of Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire. This is a review site for nature ...

                                               

River Mease SSSI

Miz SSSI river 23.0 ha biological site of special scientific interest. This section of the river Meese and its tributaries, the Gilwiskaw brook runs between Alrewas in Staffordshire and Packington in Leicestershire. It is also a special area of c ...

                                               

Roecliffe Manor Lawns

Roecliffe manor lawns is 1.3 biological hectares site of special scientific interest South of Woodhouse eaves in Leicestershire. This pasture land on the Precambrian rocks has a large variety of fungi, including several species that appeared in t ...

                                               

Saddington Reservoir

Saddington reservoir is 19.1 ha biological site of special scientific interest South of Saddington in Leicestershire. The reservoir has a number of wetlands such as open water, wet willow forests and swamps. There are a number of national scarce ...

                                               

Sheepy Fields

The sheep field is 4.9 biological site of special scientific interest the North shearling Magna in Leicestershire ha. Two hay meadows on this website about the post-glacial river terrace deposits. There are a variety of herbs such as ladys mantle ...

                                               

Shepshed Cutting

Cutting shepshed is 6.0 ha geological site of special scientific interest in the West of Shepshed in Leicestershire. Triassic deposits in Shepshed cutting are unique, with a flat sheet of Galena resting on red clay, and the whole encased in Sands ...

                                               

Stanford Park

Stanford Park is a biological 20.4 hectares of site of special scientific interest East of Swinford in Leicestershire. In the Park there are alleys of oaks, along with other large trees in the area of the pastures. He has a wide variety of lichen ...

                                               

Terrace Hills Pasture

Terrace hills pasture 11.3 biological site of special scientific interest to the North of Eastwell acres in Leicestershire. This site has been designated SSSI as an example, the old calcareous pastures, but in some areas of former mines, and as a ...

                                               

Tickencote

Tickencote is a small village and civil parish in the County of Rutland in the East Midlands of England. It is noted for the Church of St. Peter, with its Norman chancel arch. The population census of 2001 was 67. In the 2011 census the populatio ...

                                               

Twenty Acre Piece

Twenty acre piece is 8.1 ha biological site of special scientific interest and name land East of Loughborough in Leicestershire. On this site there are meadows, shrubs and forests on poorly-drained acid clay. Forest, mainly hawthorn, oak and ash, ...

                                               

Ulverscroft Valley

Ulverscroft valley is 110.8 ha biological site of special scientific interest to the Northwest from Markfield in Leicestershire. The site is located in five separate units, and two areas are nature reserves managed by the Leicestershire and Rutla ...

                                               

Ancaster, Lincolnshire

Ancaster is a village and civil parish in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England, on the site of the Roman city. The population of the parish was 1.317 in the 2001 census, growing to 1.647 in the 2011 census. The parish includes the ...

                                               

Calceby

Calceby is a small village in the East Lindsey of district, Lincolnshire, England. It is located about 4 miles West of the market town of Alford.It is in the parish of South Thoresby. Once much more, Calceby recorded in the Domesday Book as "Cale ...

                                               

Claxby St Andrew

Claxby St Andrew is a village and former parish about 3 miles South of Alford, in the district of East Lindsey in Lincolnshire, England. It is in the parish well. The parish Church, dedicated to St. Andrew, was built in 1846 to replace an earlier ...

                                               

Great Casterton Road Banks

Big Kasterton the way banks is 0.4 biological site of special scientific interest on the Western outskirts of Stamford in Lincolnshire hectare. It is managed by the Lincolnshire wildlife trust. This small site is calcareous grassland on the Easte ...

                                               

Greetwell, West Lindsey

Greetwell is a village and civil parish in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. The population of the parish according to the census of 2011 was 823. The hotel is located 2 miles East of the city and County of Lincoln. Greetwell pa ...

                                               

Hatton, Lincolnshire

Hatton is a small village and civil parish in the East Lindsey district in Lincolnshire, England. It is located 3 miles East from the town of wragby, 6 miles North-West from Horncastle and just to the North of the A158 road. The neighbouring vill ...

                                               

Kirkby on Bain

Kirkby on Bain is a village and civil parish in the district of East Lindsey in Lincolnshire, England. It lies on the river Bain between Horncastle and Coningsby, and just West of the A153 road. Closer to the North is the village of Haltham.

                                               

Little Ponton

Little Ponton is a village in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England. It is 2 miles South of Grantham, it is approximately 60 metres above sea level. Its population is included in the figure for the civil parish of little Ponton and ...

                                               

Little Ponton and Stroxton

Little Ponton and Stroxton is a civil parish in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England. According to the 2001 census had a population of 135, 62 houses had increased to 235 in the 2011 census. The parish contains the villages of lit ...

                                               

Metheringham

The metheringham English village and civil parish in the North Kesteven district of Lincolnshire. The population of the parish at the 2011 census was 3.605. It is located about 9 miles South of the city and County of Lincoln and 10 miles North of ...

                                               

Potterhanworth Wood

Potterhanworth wood-32.0 ha of forest near the village of Potterhanworth North Kesteven, Lincolnshire, England. Potterhanworth was known as Potter Hanworth to the 1950-ies. The site was notified as a site of special scientific interest in 1968. T ...

                                               

Ryhall Pasture and Little Warren Verges

Ryhall pasture and little Warren of slopes is 6.2 biological site of special scientific interest to the North of the village of Ryhall hectare. Little Warren verges in Lincolnshire, and Ryhall pasture in Rutland. The main grass in the pasture Ryh ...

                                               

Swaby

Swaby is a civil parish and village in the district of East Lindsey in Lincolnshire, England, located approximately 8 km to the North of Spilsby and 6 miles North-West from Alford. Whitepit is a hamlet half a mile West of the village.

                                               

Welton le Marsh

Welton-Le-Marsh is a village and civil parish in the district of East Lindsey in Lincolnshire, England. It is located about 6 miles North-East of the town of Spilsby and approximately 5 miles South of the town of Alford. The hamlet of Boothby lie ...

                                               

New Ferry

A new ferry is an urban area located on the wirral Peninsula, England. Located to the East of the foliage, it is part of the Bromborough ward of the Metropolitan area of wirral and the parliamentary constituency in wirral South. In the 2001 censu ...

                                               

Thurstaston Common

Thurstaston total area of almost 250 acres of parklands, wood and Heath between Frankby and Thurstaston, on the Wirral Peninsula in Northwest England. The General is jointly owned by the National trust and the Metropolitan borough of Wirral. Royd ...

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