Patmore Heath

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Patmore Heath is an outstanding example of grass heathland, now a scarce habitat in the south east. With its ponds, the reserve is rich in flora and insects.

Patmore Heath is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest

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The reserve is 3km north of Little Hadham which is on the A120 between Bishop's Stortford and Standon. Upon reaching Gravesend, a lane on the right leads east to the reserve.

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