Mellis Common

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In stark contrast, the western end of the Common is botanically poorer due to the fact that it was ploughed and farmed more intensively during World War II. Since medieval times Mellis Common has been used as a source of clay for building, and is renowned for its ponds and wet depressions which add to the variety of plant and animal life.


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