Next Ness

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Next Ness is a narrow strip of wet woodland beneath Hoad Hill and adjacent to the railway line on the edge of Ulverston. The main tree species are alder and willow.

The nature reserve contains no rarities, but has value as an area of relatively undisturbed habitat. Birds recorded include coot, mallard, kingfisher, grey heron, little owl, great spotted woodpecker, treecreeper, warblers and tits, many of which breed.

The reserve is served by a linear level footpath which runs the length of the site (400m).

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From A590 at the roundabout east of Ulverston town centre take the minor road signed to Next Ness. Turn right under the railway bridge and the reserve entrance is immediately on the right.

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Never Closes

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Free

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