Disused chalk pit.
- Owned/managed by: Formerly managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust
- Grid reference: SY642931
- Location: Stratton
- Access information: Approach from A37 between Stratton and Grimstone. Parking along bridleway to reserve
- What can I see there? Chalk grassland flora - A great spot for butterflies. Plants such as the bee orchid can be found in this disused chalk pit, along with cowslip and hairy violet in spring; small scabious, hedge bedstraw and greater knapweed flower in the summer. Yellowhammers find cover in the scrub.
- Best time to visit: Spring, Summer