From the woodland at Addison, to the scrub and grasslands at Hedgefield, this place is a thriving wildlife refuge. The woodland at Addison and the scrub and grassland at Hedgefield support an…
An ancient woodland with an impresive 400 year old oak tree
Mixed habitat with grassland, woodland and wetland. Diverse range of wildflowers, butterflies and breeding birds.
One of the country's most important disused quarry habitats for wildlife
Black Plantation comprises 13.8 hectares of woodland dominated by semi-mature birch with a scattering of oak and other native broadleaf trees.
A combination of geological exposures and internationally important grassland communities producing a site with a unique character
A series of shallow ponds and marshy grassland formed as a result of coal mining subsidence
These grasslands occupy part of the site of the former Chopwell Colliery and provide nectar sources for insects and breeding opportunities for ground nesting birds.
A large area of re-seeded wildflower meadows, formerly arable farming fields, this site is now protected for its wildlife and landscape value.
A mixed deciduous woodland situated on an ancient woodland site