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Roydon Common

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Roydon Common is a reserve near King’s Lynn in the county of Norfolk, England. Norfolk Wildlife Trustref owns and manages this reserve. Rare species located here include Bog Asphodel and all three types of Sundew. The size of the reserve is: 474.5 Acres (192 hectares) with the mire covering the majority of the site with the exception of an Oak and Ash woodland to the east. (Wikipedia)

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