AOCP-final-white

Flood Cell 8

INTRODUCTION

This small flood cell of 123 hectares sits on the north side of the upper estuary approximately half way between Snape and Aldeburgh. The Flood Cell is made up of permanent wet grassland, deciduous woodland, fen and arable, freshwater ditches and a freshwater flight pond, and a freshwater aquifer used for irrigation. The Landowners in this flood cell have taken on the maintenance themselves, as the cost benefit ratio is too low for government funding.

…………………………………………………….

Ordnance Survey Map showing full extent of Flood Cell 8

For further information
please contact
Alison Andrews,
Temporary Honorary Secretary on aldeblackburn@aol.com  
01728452660

Subscribe to the Save Our Suffolk Estuary Newsletter




* indicates required
 

 

Skip to content