Lancing Ring facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsLancing Ring
|Type||Local Nature Reserve|
|Location||Lancing, West Sussex|
|OS grid||TQ 182 062|
|Area||29.4 hectares (73 acres)|
This chalk grassland site is notable for Butterflies, Adders, Common lizards. There is also deciduous woodland with wild flowers including Early purple orchids and a Dew pond, the habitat of Dragonflies such as the Broad-bodied Chaser and numerous newts.
There is access from Mill Road via the main car park and Halewick Lane has an area for parking beside the children's play area at the foot of the hill.
There is a volunteer group that assists Adur District council with conservation management, The Friends Of Lancing Ring, their website is https://folr.wordpress.com/
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