Water End Swallow Holes

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Water End Swallow Holes are the only major sinkholes in chalk which are a permanent feature of the landscape. The site covers a group of more than 15 sinkholes where two streams drain from the London Clay and sink very close to the boundary of the outcrop of the chalk. This is the area where one of those streams, Mimmshall Brook, goes underground through a series of swallow holes. The whole site is an SSSI.

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This site is located 1km to the west of Brookmans Park, 5km south of Hatfield. The swallow holes, located in a field, can be viewed from the public footpath that runs just to the north.

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