- Pincents Kiln is also another name for Wilder's Folly
Pincent's Kiln is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) just on the western edge of Calcot, Berkshire. It is the site of a former Quarry which reveals important geological features 
The site is 0.2 acres in size. This site is the only remaining permanent exposure of the Tertiary Reading Beds in the area from which they were first described. The site provides evidence that a shallow sea spread over this area some 60 million years ago. The site contains a number of fossil flora of higher plants, with a number of species of fossil fruits and seeds.
In 1970 the site was designated a site of special scientific interest (SSSI).
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