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Brandy Hole Copse
    Willow Pond in Brandy Hole Copse - Chichester's first Local Nature Reserve. The name Brandy Hole comes from the brandy casks discovered in a cave when the Chichester to Midhurst railway line was built in 1881. The Copse includes part of the ancient Chichester Entrenchment System. The Dyke is believed to have been constructed during the Iron Age.   © Photo: Ian Burt
taken 21 April 2012
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