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Brandy Hole Copse

Brandy Hole Copse is a 6.5-hectare (16-acre) Local Nature Reserve on the western outskirts of Chichester in West Sussex. It is owned and managed by Chichester District Council. Part of it is a Scheduled Monument, Chichester Dyke. This site has broadleaved and coniferous woodland, open water, marshland, heath, tall fern and herbs. Fauna includes pipistrelle bats. There is access from Brandy Hole Lane and the Centurion Way runs through the site. Extract from Wikipedia

Friends of Brandy Hole Copse

As mentioned in the Spring 2022 Newsletter, the Friends of Brandy Hole Copse needs more volunteers to join the committee, as well as others to participate in the monthly Working Party (maintenance or survey activity) and help ensure its future. We look forward to Summersdale residents supporting the Friends.
Please add your support by joining FBHC as a Friend for the modest £5 annual subscription.
Friends of Brandy Hole Copse (info on the Tree Wardens website).

loca/brandy_hole_copse.txt · Last modified: 2024/03/23 11:52 by Paul Stross

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