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Haymill Valley
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Type Local Nature Reserve
Location Slough, Berkshire
OS grid SU 942 817
Area 7.8 hectares (19 acres)
Managed by Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

Haymill Valley is a 7.8-hectare (19-acre) Local Nature Reserve in Slough in Berkshire. It is owned by Slough Borough Council and managed by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust. The site is known locally as The Millie.

Geography and site

The site features ancient woodland with extensive reed beds and ponds fed by Two Mill Brook (also known as Two Mile Brook), which flows from Burnham Beeches into the Thames. At the reserve's southernmost end is a site of an ancient watermill.

The site features a pair of 7 foot metal sculptures of Kingfishers called the Millie Kingfishers, which were added in 2008.


Haymill Valley Nature Reserve was declared a local nature reserve status in 1994 by Slough Borough Council.


The site has the following fauna:



  • Gonepteryx rhamni
  • Celastrina argiolus
  • Anthocharis cardamines
  • Pararge aegeria
  • White-letter hairstreak



The site has the following flora:



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