Calverton Road Reserve

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Calverton Road Reserve: The 2.8 hectare reserve is a reclaimed domestic tip site with a south to southeast aspect with banks to the southern and western boundaries. Since the reserve is a reclaimed refuse tip, the majority of the trees and the grassland are the result of the restoration process. However, there are a number of mature trees in the southwest corner including lime and hawthorn whilst a number of sycamore trees can be found in the northeast corner. The plantation consists of a mixture of alder, rowan, whitebeam, field maple, red oak and a small number of sycamores. The roadside hedge contains a mixture of species including hawthorn, ash, field maple, buckthorn and crab apple. Wild clematis grows in the hedgerow.

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From the Mapperley Plains Road turn left onto Woodborough Lane (B684) and turn left at the Dorket Head cross roads, the reserve then being on the right.

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