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The area includes Hill Hook Local Nature Reserve, declared in 2003 with an area of 5.65 hectares, which is on the site of a watermill built in the 17th century. An earlier dam showed the extent of the original mill pool, which was enlarged in 1767. The nature reserve, known locally as 'The Meddies' or 'The Mill Pond' was substantially built upon from the early 1980s onwards, although small parts remain untouched. The Friends of Hill Hook, a local group of The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country work alongside the Council ranger Service to care for the site.
It is close to Four Oaks and Little Aston and is approximately one mile from Sutton Park. The area is served by Blake Street railway station, and is served by bus routes X12 (Midland Classic) and 902 (now x3) (National Express West Midlands).
- "Local Nature Reserves". Birmingham City Council. Retrieved 27 January 2011.
- "Hill Hook". Local Nature Reserves. Natural England. Retrieved 4 August 2013.
- "Map of Hill Hook". Local Nature Reserves. Natural England. Retrieved 4 August 2013.
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