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Swansea Brick Pit,, and River Parrett (Somerset) ponds

Given the hot dry summer, and a lot of muddy locations may be unavailable, here are a couple of places that I dont think ever dry. Well secluded (or were last time I was there), might be worth a look.

Somerset: there are always estuaries available, remember to check the tide times, spring tides are when the moon is approx new or full mean low tide in the middle of the day, which is good.

Swansea: I suspect this is permanently flooded but there is mud in Clyne Valley country Park, there seem to be deep swampy areas there, although it might take a while to find them,


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