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Noted for its bluebells but part of the common is a working coppice and beech and conifer plantation. Well worth a visit in spring for woodland flowers and singing birds.
|Name of Location||Bonsley Common|
|Highlights||Bluebells and spring flowers|
|Diversity||Low (50-100 species)|
|OS Map Reference||ST827088|
|No Significant Issues||If you keep to the made up paths you should be safe||
This reserve does not have any significant issues that I identified on my visit but conditions can always change so be prepared for all eventualities.
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