Croker's Hole

Lambourn, United Kingdom

Croker's Hole

Croker's Hole is a 4.4 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest north of Upper Lambourn in Berkshire.

The site is a narrow grassland valley, which is one of the most florally diverse chalk downlands in Berkshire. The dominant plants are upright brome and tor-grass, and it is the only site in the county which has the nationally scarce bastard toadflax.

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