Holt Lowes, Norfolk

A heathland site just south of the town of Holt in Norfolk. It is a remaining tract of a once much larger area of heathland that stretched south towards Norwich. Like many areas of commons and lowland heathland much of this area has been ploughed up and 'reclaimed' for agriculture and development but the remaining area at Holt Lowes is an entomologically rich site and is designated a SSSI and SAC for its species and habitats. It is owned and managed by the Holt Lowes Trustees.

 

 (Above) The original SPNR survey documents for Holt Lowes.

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