Begwary Brook

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Begwary Brook: Riverside marshes such as this are now rare. This area was once a large marsh fed by the River Ouse, but in the 1960s gravel extraction created a small lake and a series of pools in the small area of marsh which survives today. Willow trees fringe the water's edge, creating an air of tranquillity for visitors when walking around this diverse nature reserve.

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2 miles south of St Neots. From the A1 south take the slip road for the A428 east towards Cambridge. At the roundabout take the third exit (turning right as if to go back on A1). Almost immediately take the slip road left to the Wyboston Lakes complex. Pass through the complex and follow the Nature Reserve signs via the meandering track to the reserve car park.


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