Heather Hills

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Heather Hills: This 17 acre reserve, is divided in two by a very steep stream valley, on either side of which are slopes once covered in heather but which is now restricted to the summit and edges. As well as many native trees and shrubs, including a row of elms, it has stands of mature beech, scots pine and european larch. Flowers include moschatel, white climbing fumitory and heath bedstraw. Several species of fern grow along the stream together with a variety of wetland plants.

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n the east side of North Hill, Little Baddow. The main entrance is off North Hill, using a trackway known as York Street. Parking at St Andrews Rooms on North Hill.

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Regular bus services Chelmsford­Maldon or Chelmsford-S. Woodham, getting off at Eve's Corner, or bus to Little Baddow.

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