Selected Wild Place / Other Wild Places / Public Rights of Way / VC55 boundary
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Saltersford Valley is a 7 ha site in the Heart of the National Forest which has open water areas known as ‘flashes’. These result from mining subsidence that causes the Saltersford Brook to flood. There are sites planted with new native woodland and open areas managed as grassland, which feature wild flowers. The site was designated as a Local Nature Reserve in 2004.
The records and images below may include those from adjacent sites if the grid reference submitted with these records overlaps the boundary of this Wild Place.