Document West Penine Moors becomes Largest Protected Wildlife Site in a Decade
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One of the country’s most precious landscapes has been given special legal protection for its nationally important wildlife and habitats. The West Pennine Moors is the largest new site of special scientific interest (SSSI) notified by Natural England since 2004, covering a total of 76 square kilometres between Chorley, Blackburn, Bolton and Haslingden in Lancashire and Greater Manchester.
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