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Formby point nature reserve and squirrel santuary

2miles W of Formby; 2miles off the A565; I mile from Freshfield Station

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Formby Point
Formby point nature reserve and squirrel santuary

A stretch of unspoilt coastline at Formby Point

At Formby Point is the largest stretch of undeveloped sand dune system in England which is home to all sorts of animals and plants including Natterjack Toads , Sand lizards and the Dune Hellebore.
 
The pine woods between the sea and the town of Formby are one of the last places in the country to see the rare red squirrel Open all year
Managed by the National Trust who organise many interesting and exciting events .
 

Submitted by: joan fraser, 26 March 2003

For more information and details visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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City sponsors:
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Set Point Merseyside