Sand Point, Somerset

Sand Point, Somerset

Sand Point, Somerset

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Sand Point in Somerset is the peninsula stretching out from Middle Hope, which lies to the north of the village of Kewstoke, and the stretch of coastline called Sand Bay. It is owned by the National Trust and is a popular place for walking. On a clear day it commands views of the Bristol Channel, South Wales, Clevedon, the Second Severn Crossing and the Severn Bridge.

A line drawn between Sand Point and Lavernock Point in South Wales marks the lower limit of the Severn Estuary and the start of the Bristol Channel.

Among scarce plants found on Sand Point are Small-flowered Buttercup, and Honewort. It is also the site of the Middle Hope 84.1 hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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Bibliography

  • Myles, Sarah (2000) The Flora of the Bristol Region ISBN 1-874357-18-8


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