Williamston

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Williamston is a site on the South Tyne it is mainly grassland with heavy metal influence and scrub woodland. Plants found here include spring sandwort, alpine penny-cress, sea thrift, mountain pansy and kidney vetch and it is a SSSI.

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The reserve is south of the village of Slaggyford, on the east bank of the South Tyne. Cross the river eastwards on the the minor road to Williamston from the A689. The gate on the corner just after the bridge is the entrance to the reserve. Car parking is on the roadside at the junction of the A689 and the minor road to Barhaugh.

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Never closes

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Free

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Address: Northumberland Wildlife Trust, St Nicholas Park, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE3 3XT, UK.
Phone: +44 191 284 6884
Email: mail@northwt.org.uk

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