Brierdene, Whitley Bay


Brierdene Burn is a stream in North Tyneside, which arises to the west of Shiremoor and flows eastwards to discharge into the North Sea at Whitley Bay. The burn has a catchment area of about 9.7 km2 and is 6.8 km long.[1] The dene is a site is of ecological significance neutral semi-improved grassland and scrub habitat, covering over 5 hectars, with 985 different species of plants, birds, mammals and invertebrates being recorded.[2] The dene was designated as an SNCI (Site of Nature Conservation Importance) in Octiber 1992.

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Brierdene

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Footbridge over Brierdene Burn

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Brier Dene Farm

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Urban fringe

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Brier Dene

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Brierdene Burn from Source to North Sea

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Whitley Bay

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Bridge over Brierdene Burn, Whitley Bay

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Brierdene bridge, Whitley Bay

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Whitley Bay
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