SEVEREN VALLERY, THE SHROPSHIRE HILLS, MERES&MOSSES
Nettlecombe Court lies a secluded valley at the eastern edge of Exmoor National Park. The house is a striking example of an Elizabethan and Georgian country mansion.
The hills and woodlands in the immediate neighbourhood provide excellent opportunities for general introductory courses on environmental themes. Habitats include marine, freshwather and the surrounding settlements range from hamlets and villages to the country town of Taunton. Long runs of biological data provide a valuable historical component to many courses. Exmoor offers opportunities to study physical processes such as coasts, soils and vegetation together with the impact of people on the environment and issues affecting the National Park.
84 beds – students are accommodated in small dormitories.
4 laboratories/ workrooms, library, computers, drying room, games room, student common room, visiting staff common room, shop, automatic weather station, experimental streams, instrumented catchment, succession plots.
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