Quarry Holes

Quarry Holes: This 2 hectare urban site is mixed woodland with areas of grassland and scrub.

More than 80 flowering plants have been recorded including seven tree and shrub species and twelve grasses and sedges. The woodland is dominated by ash and sycamore with hazel, rowan, elder and hawthorn. Herb species include lords and ladies, wood avens, dogs mercury, red campion and weld. Birds in the wood include willow tit, wren, greenfinch, bullfinch and song thrush.

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The reserve is situated in Nottingham’s Cinderhill district. It can be approached from Nuthall Road and access gained via Tilbury Rise or from the disused railway line via Broxtowe Lane or Bells Lane.

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