Derbyshire Wildlife Trust


Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, Derbyshire, England, is a member of The Wildlife Trusts partnership. It was established in 1962 and has over 6,000 members.

It manages 40 nature reserves totalling over 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) of woodland, wetland and meadows. Many of them are designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs).

Main sites list

  • Arkwright & Slagmill Plantation
  • Barton Pool
  • Beeley Moor SSSI
  • Broadhurst Edge Wood
  • Brockholes Wood
  • Carr Vale Flash
  • Carvers Rock SSSI
  • Chee Dale SSSI
  • Cromford Canal
  • Derwentside
  • Duckmanton Railway Cutting
  • Erewash Meadows
  • Gang Mine
  • Golden Brook Storage Lagoon
  • Hillbridge and Park Woods
  • Hilton Gravel Pits SSSI
  • Hollinhill & Markland Grip
  • Holly Wood
  • Hopton Quarry SSSI
  • Ladybower Wood SSSI
  • Lock Lane Ash Tip
  • Long Clough
  • Mapperley Wood
  • Millers Dale Quarry SSSI
  • Morley Brickyards SSSI
  • North Wingfield
  • Oakerthorpe LNR
  • Ogston Woodlands
  • Overdale
  • Priddock Wood
  • Priestcliffe Lees SSSI
  • Quilow Pond
  • Risley Glebe
  • Rose End Meadows SSSI
  • Rowsley Sidings
  • Spring Wood SSSI
  • Twyford Greens
  • Watford Lodge LNR
  • Willington Gravel Pits
  • Wyver Lane

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