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Berry Hill Fields Staffordshire

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Berry Hill fields looking south west.
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Berry Hill fields looking south west.

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Site Details

Approximately 300 acres of grassland meadows, horse paddocks and scrub situated in eastern Stoke on Trent.

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Access

Access on short pathways from Eaton Park and Bentilee housing areas off the B5040 Dividy Road. Access also at the eastern end from Mossfield Road located off the B5039 Anchor Road.

Parking

Parking available in Eaton Park and Bentilee off the B5040 in Arbourfield Drive, Uffington Parade and Hall Hill Drive. Plenty of parking in Mossfield Road off the B5039.

Key Areas / Routes

The horse paddocks on the slopes below the mast attract migrant birds.

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