Woolsthorpe Line

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Woolsthorpe Line: The main entrance leads on to an open meadow area flanked with mature trees. The path, leading to a more open aspect with farmland on either side, provides an attractive walk. Spring and summer flowers attract a variety of birds and butterflies. A protected roadside verge (PRV 048) runs parallel to the reserve. Bee orchids occur on the southern verge.

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End of the housing on Woolsthorpe Road. The other access point, at the west of the reserve, is at the Stainby-Skillington crossroads.

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