Raisby Hill Grassland

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Raisby Hill Grassland: Two ponds surrounded by marsh and fen habitats and extensive areas of developing ash woodland.

The primary grassland contains plants typical of this internationally rare habitat including Blue Moor Grass, Fairy Flax,Devils-bit Scabious, Burnet Saxifrage and Columbine.

The reserve is designated as a SSSI but there are footpaths around the reserve.

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From the traffic lights in the centre of Coxhoe, take the B6291 towards Kelloe, turning right at the first sharp junction.Take the next right at Coxhoe Wood onto a minor road and park with care near the bend heading eastwards

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