Dingle Shropshire

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Dingle Shropshire: The Dingle is an Ancient Woodland Site sited in a mainly arable landscape four miles to the south west of Bridgnorth. It lies adjacent to a small brook, part of which has steep valley sides and contains a number of ancient woodland indicator species including toothwort, yellow archangel, ramsons and bluebell. In the past much of the Eastern half of the wood was landscaped as a garden arboretum with formal paths and a lake. The lake no longer exists as the weir broke and the stream now flows through the site, a number of exotic species remain in this portion of the wood, Copper Beech and Lawsons cypress adding visual appeal and making it particularly enjoyable for visitors to walk through. Alder and willow are now colonising the former lake area which remains very wet.

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Shropshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Dingle

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Middleton Scriven is located 4 miles south of Bridgnorth.

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Free

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