Denaby Ings

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Denaby Ings: About a quarter of the water area is covered by a marsh of reed sweet-grass. Along the riverbank there are many crack willows and a long, narrow, mixed woodland has developed on an old railway embankment. Permissive footpaths and 3 viewing hides.

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Bird hide:Awaiting 5 votes
Walk:Awaiting 5 votes
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From the A1(M) Junction 37:
Take the A635 towards Barnsley for one-and-a-half miles, to Marr. When almost through the village take a left turn minor road signposted Mexborough. At the staggered crossroads turn left towards High Melton and almost immediately right (across double white lines) downhill towards Mexborough. Bear to the right, pass over the Old Dearne and between two parts of a disused railway line. Turn left into the car park.

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Never closes

Prices:

Free

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