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Anston Stones Wood, South Yorkshire

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Anston Stones Wood is a 33.7 hectare (88.3 acre) biological site of Special Scientific Interest in South Yorkshire. The site was notified in 1955. The site contains the second best example of limestone woodland in South Yorkshire. It is also a Local Nature Reserve.
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  • My mother spent the first ten years of her life in Anston, her father worked at the village Co-op. She offered to show myself, my partner and our seven year old daughter around. On a spring Sunday mor...  read more »
  • I first visited Anston Stones Wood in 1996, to carry out an initial survey of the geology that can be found within the boundaries of the Biological SSSI and, a couple of years later, I returned to und...  read more »
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