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Sawston Hall Meadows

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Area of Search  Cambridgeshire
Interest  Biological
Location map  Magic Map
Grid reference  TL 491 490
Area  7.4 hectares
Notification  1982
Sawston Hall Meadows

Sawston Hall Meadows is a 7.4 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Sawston in Cambridgeshire.

This site has spring fed peat meadows on chalk, a habitat formerly common but now rare. It has the nationally rare flower Selinum carvifolia, which is only found in Cambridgeshire. Drier grassland has a varied flora including spotted-orchid.

The site is private land with no public access.

References

Sawston Hall Meadows Wikipedia


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