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|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
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Ketley Claypit is a 13.7 hectare (33.9 acre) geological site of Special Scientific Interest in the West Midlands. The site was notified in 1990 under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. It is located in Kingswinford.
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