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Path through Blundells Copse
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|Type||Local nature reserve|
|Location||Tilehurst, Reading, UK|
|Area||5.55 hectares (13.7 acres)|
Blundells Copse is a local nature reserve in the suburb of Tilehurst in the town of Reading, UK. The site is 5.55 hectares (13.7 acres) in size, and comprises a close growing, ancient woodland with a stream. The nature reserve is under the management of the Reading Borough Council and, along with Lousehill Copse and McIlroy Park, is part of West Reading Woodlands.
Blundells Copse was part of an area formerly known as the Moor. In 1992, the site was designated a local nature reserve. In 2005, path widening and improvements were made to the reserve as of funding by Living Spaces and the Environmental Trust for Berkshire.
The site has the following fauna:
- European hedgehog
The site has the following flora:
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