Frampton Marsh

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Frampton Marsh: The reserve is part of the most mature saltmarsh in the Wash and is exceptionally rich in plants, birds and invertebrates. The upper levels, which have extensive zones of sea-lavender, sea aster and sea-purslane, are intersected by large creeks.


The area supports a black-headed gull colony, while common tern, redshank, oystercatcher, reed bunting, meadow pipit and skylark are all regular breeders.

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Frampton Marsh lies between the outfalls of the River Witham (The Haven) and the River Welland. The major part of the reserve lies in the area known as The Scalp. It is reached via the marsh roads from either Frampton or Wyberton.

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