Ring's End Local Nature Reserve facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsRing's End
|Type||Local Nature Reserve|
|OS grid||TF 402 017|
|Managed by||Cambridgeshire County Council|
This is a linear site along a disused railway embankment, with views over the Fens. There are also three ponds, reedbeds and areas of scrub. The soil is poor in nutrients, which has allowed uncommon flowering plants such as coltsfoot to become established. Trees include ash and white willow.
The southern end of the site can be accessed from Twenty Foot Road, and National Cycle Route 63 runs through it. There is no access to the northern end.
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