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Brockley Hall Stables

Brockley Hall Stables
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Site of Special Scientific Interest
Area of Search Avon
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Interest Biological
Area 0.16 acres (0.00065 km2; 0.00025 sq mi)
Notification 1987 (1987)
Natural England Website

Brockley Hall Stables () is a 0.065 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the village of Brockley, North Somerset, notified in 1987.

Biological Interest

The SSSI designation applies to part of the former stable block of Brockley Hall, the roofspace of which hosts a large breeding colony of greater horseshoe bats during summer.



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