Moon's Hill Quarry
|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
|Area of Search||Somerset|
|Area||3.42 hectares (0.0342 km2; 0.0132 sq mi)|
|Natural England website|
Moon's Hill Quarry (grid reference ) is a 3.42 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest at Stoke St Michael in Somerset, notified in 1996 and is a Geological Conservation Review site.
The quarry covers some 240 acres (0.97 km2), and is operated by John Wainwright & Co Ltd which purchased it in 1897 and has operated it continuously ever since. The quarry produces Basalt Aggregate known as hardstone and is used for the surface course, the top layer of the road surface.
- "English Nature citation sheet for Moon's Hill Quarry" (PDF). Retrieved 2006-08-09.
- "Wainwright Basalt Aggregate Quarry". Retrieved 2010-10-07.