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Denaby Ings Nature Reserve, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
DENABY INGS NATURE RESERVEThis nature reserve is alongside the River Dearne and was created largely by mining subsidence at the start of the 20th century.
Did You Know...Did you know that Denaby Ings is where a new type of beetle was discovered - the beetle Acrotrichis henrici Was found here in 1966 and was quickly added to the British list of species.
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FacilitiesDogs are not permitted on the reserve.
ACCESSIBILITYFootpaths are not wheelchair friendly.
AWARDSDenaby Ings was been awarded a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) status in 1977 after the tachnid fly Rhacochlaena toxoneura was discovered - the first time ever north of Cambridge.
ParkingSmall car park at reserve.
Contact DetailsPastures Road,