Gripwood Quarry (grid reference ) is a 2.9 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Wiltshire, notified in 1951. The quarry is of Oolitic limestone and one single quarry with a wall in the middle creating an upper and a lower quarry, last used for mushroom growing. The walls are whitewashed and features a large wooden crane.
Jones Hill Quarry *Name used by Wiltshire Council.
Bradford-on-Avon 9 *A name given by Mendip Cave Rescue.
Ruins *Older lower section was known by the name Ruins by the mushroom workers.
ST86SW468 *SMR Number - Wiltshire and Swindon Sites and Monument Record Search.
Woodside Quarry - *Generally referred to as Woodside Quarry but Historical Research shows as Gripwood is the underground and Woodside as the opencast.
- English Nature citation sheet for the site (accessed 22 July 2006)
- English Nature website (SSSI information)
- MCRA Resource
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