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Any information on location - soil type trees etc around it?
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Hi there - there were lots of mature oak trees - also Sparham Pools which is adjacent is the site of former gravel workings that have been flooded to form deep and shallow pools with islands. The area has a mix of birch, gorse and willow scrub with woodland supporting a rich variety of plant species including hound’s tongue and evening primrose. Hope this helps, many thanks.
Lat/Lng: 52.7216, 1.0772
OS grid ref: TG079182
mature woodland, near Sparham Pools, Norfolk