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Oldbury Power Station Gloucestershire

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Grey Plover
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Raoul Chandrasakera
Date
30 November 2018
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Site Details

Nuclear power station on the banks of the River Severn. Large settlement lagoons, two now no longer in operation but one in current use. Foreshore, rough grassland and hedgerows. Good for waders, duck and raptors.

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Directions

Oldbury-on-Severn visitor centre signposted from A38 north of Thornbury.

Access

Permit only though nature trail and foreshore path free access.

Parking

Large car park at visitor centre.

Opening Times

Open all hours.

Facilities

Hide with log book; toilets in visitor centre.

Key Areas / Routes

Nature trail; hide at lagoon #3; path along foreshore (Severn Way); bridleway.

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