Lancot Meadow

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Lancot Meadow: A small nature reserve but full of interest, not least because it is chalky but not on the steep slopes of the downs. The grassland is a remnant of what would have been large areas of flower-rich meadows around the edge of Dunstable. As the town grew, these meadows became fragmented and smaller.

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On the western outskirts of Dunstable. Take the A505 (B489) west from town centre. At the roundabout turn right onto Totternhoe Road towards Totternhoe. After a quarter of a mile, turn right into Badgers Gate. Drive through the housing estate and park on the roadside, next to the reserve at the end of the road.

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