Far Ings LNR
Designated site name: Far Ings LNR   View map
LNR Type: Rural Type:  Biological
County: LINCOLNSHIRE Natural England Area Team: Yorkshire & Northern Lincolnshire (LNR)
Other overlapping designations:
Date of Declaration: 01/09/2006 Declaring Authority: North Lincolnshire District Council
Area (Ha): 15.15 Grid Reference: TA 010 228
Owned By:  Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Managed By:  North Lincolnshire Council (Unitary)
Location: Near Barton -upon-Humber, Far Ings Lane, DN18 5
How to get there: Please check how to get to the LNR e.g. Using Traveline Traveline website or phone 0871 200 22 33 (chargeable call)

Please contact Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust for further details - The reserve adjoins Far Ings Lane and is a short distance to the west of the Humber Bridge.

Visitor facilities: We advise you to check information about the current visitor facilities before you go to the LNR e.g. through the local authority or managing body's website.

What to see: The site is next to the National Nature Reserve - please contact Far Ings Visitor Centre for further information. There are eight hides on this route overlooking lakes, reedbeds and scrapes. The Far Ings and Barton Reedbed reserves comprise the open water of Ness Lake and Westfield Lakes, large areas of reedbed, recently made 'scrapes' with shallow water, grassland, hedgerow and scrub, and estuarine saltmarsh, which links the two parts of the reserve.

Volunteer and 'Friends': For information about volunteering and 'Friends' groups, please contact the manager and see teh local authority or managing body's website.
Contact the local authority or owner of the LNR for further information - e.g. through the Local authority website.

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