ⓘ River Eye SSSI is a 6.0 hectares biological Site of Special Scientific Interest covering a stretch of the River Eye between Ham Bridge, north-west of Stapleford ..

                                     

ⓘ River Eye SSSI

River Eye SSSI is a 6.0 hectares biological Site of Special Scientific Interest covering a stretch of the River Eye between Ham Bridge, north-west of Stapleford, and the eastern outskirts of Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire. It is a Nature Conservation Review site.

This unpolluted clay stream has rich and diverse flora and fauna. Marginal vegetation includes bulrush, branched bur-reed and greater pond sedge, while shallow, fast-flowing stretches have curled pondweed and perfoliate pondweed.

The river runs through private land but it is crossed by roads and footpaths.

                                     
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  • for inclusion of the river as an SSSI include geology, topography, flora, mammals, invertebrates, fish and birdlife, as the river and its tributaries constitute
  • Natural England SSSI information on the citation Natural England SSSI information on the Wildmoorway Meadows unit Natural England SSSI information
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