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|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
|Area of Search||Merseyside|
|Area||14.39 hectares, 35.55 acres (143,900 m2)|
|Notification||1979 / 1983|
|Natural England website|
The area contains the best known example of clay cliff and bank habitat in Merseyside. The area also has some marl pits, which have a rich flora and fauna and an area of herb-rich neutral grassland.
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