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Camerton Batch
LNR Type: Rural
County: Somerset
Natural England
Regional Team:
South West
Year of Declaration: 1997
Declaring Authority: Bath and North East Somerset Council
Area (Ha): Click here to open the site map (new window). Once displayed, click on the site to see area and other details.
Grid Reference: ST 681 579
Location: Redhill, Camerton, near Timsbury, BA2 0PD
Owned by: Camerton Parish Council
Managed by: Camerton Parish Council

 (click the image to view the full size version in a new window)Photo credit: Deborah Jones

Link to site map: Click here to open the site map from the MAGIC web site.
How to get there: Situated off the main Camerton Hill/ Red Hill road, off the main A367.
Access from Redhill. Buses run to Camerton Meadgate. 500m walk down hill from bus stop.
Visitor facilities: Information board, benches
What to see: Former coal mining batch. Coppiced woodland and conifers.
As well as being a Local Nature Reserve the site is also important for geology and is designated as a Regionally Important Geological Site (RIGS).

Volunteer and 'Friends of' groups: Volunteer through The Conservation Trust
Tel: 01302 388 883

Contacts for further information and how to get involved: Camerton Parish Council,
Terry Webber,
Tel. 01761 471285
Website address and other links:

Last updated 14/02/13
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