Tiptree Heath :: Shared Description

Tiptree Heath is the largest surviving fragment of heathland in the County of Essex and supports a number of plants rare in Essex. It is an SSSI.

Tiptree Heath is managed jointly by Essex Wildlife Trust and The Friends of Tiptree Heath.

Links:
Friends of Tiptree Heath LinkExternal link
Wild Essex LinkExternal link
Essex Wildlife Trust LinkExternal link
by Roger Jones
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4 images use this description:

TL8814 : Ponies on Tiptree Heath by Roger Jones
TL8814 : Gorse on Tiptree Heath by Roger Jones
TL8814 : Wood Sculpture, Tiptree Heath by Roger Jones
TL8714 : Path to Tiptree Heath by Roger Jones


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Created: Tue, 30 Apr 2013, Updated: Wed, 9 Oct 2013

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