Dunsdon

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Dunsdon contains probably the single most important example in England of a type of pasture known locally as Culm Grassland. Culm Grassland is a marshy, heathy vegetation that occurs over the slates and shales of the Culm Measures across north western Devon. It is a very diverse wildlife habitat, often extremely rich in wild flowers and supporting an immense range of other wildlife.

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Dunsdon Nature Reserve

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Dunsdon is in Torridge District, north west of Holsworthy. From Holsworthy, take the A3072 west towards Bude, after 2.5 miles take a right turn to Pancrasweek. Continue north past Pancrasweek church for about a mile, turn right at the T-junction, through Lana, following the lane round a sharp left bend. The entrance to the Nature Reserve is on the left, just before Gains Cross.

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