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Marline Valley Nature Reserve

A very rich wooded valley above a gill stream with meadows, ponds and scrub.

Close to the town of Hastings lies a deep wooded valley, or gill. At the bottom of this valley runs a stream, babbling over sandstone. Mosses, liverworts and ferns found here are the main reason why this is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Highlights. Hornbeam coppice, wood anemone, primrose, bluebell, wild garlic, mosses, ferns, orchids, adder’s-tongue fern, wasp spiders, nightingale and various warblers.

Location
On the western edge of Hollington, near Bexhill, East Sussex. Park in Napier road but take care crossing the busy B2092.
Grid reference: TQ782121

These maps are intended as a guideline only; you must check the exact location of the reserve yourself. Wildlife Extra assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or usefulness of the information on this website.

 
 

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