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Oakhills Coppice

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Aspect Detail
Designation Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)
Manager Open Access
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An ancient coppiced woodland noted for its collection of rare lichens.

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This site is designated as an SSSI or is part of a larger SSSI. Here are the details:

SSSI Name Oakhills Coppice
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Oakhills Coppice is the largest remaining area of ancient semi-natural woodland within the large complex of woodlands known as Chetterwood. These woods occupy the high ground between the Rivers Tarrant and Allen and have developed on soils formed from drift deposits and clay with flints above the underlying chalk. Oakhills Coppice is important for its communities of epiphytic lichens which are indicative of a long and continuous history as mature woodland.

Interest Biological
Status To be Featured on Nod
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