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Rubery Cuttings Local Nature Reserve


Corner of Bristol Road South and Leach Green Lane, Northfield, Birmingham

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About the park

Rubery Cuttings is an important geological site in Birmingham.

Rubery sandstone (Upper Llandovery, silurian) rests on Lickey Hills Quartzite (Cambrian). Fossils can be found in some of the beds of the Rubery Sandstone.

You must pre-arrange a visit if you would like to go to the site. You can do this by contacting the Local Nature Reserves officer or the Ranger Service at the Lickey Hill Country Park.

Rubery Cuttings was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 1991.

Awards and status
  • Local Nature Reserve
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