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Brenscombe Heath

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A remnant of heathland just east of Corfe Castle.

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

SSSI Name Brenscombe Heath
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Brenscombe Heath is one of the larger fragments of the formerly continuous heathland on the Bagshot Beds, south of Poole Harbour. It holds substantial areas of the very local wet heathland community characterised by the presence of Dorset Heath Erica ciliaris as well as dry heath, flushes and damp heathy grassland. The fauna of the site contains several rare heathland species

Interest Biological
Status To be Featured on Nod
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