Grange Farm Brighstone Bay,
Military Road,
Brighstone,
Isle of Wight
PO30 4DA.
01983 740296 (DIRECT)
01983 741233 (FAX)

One of the few unspoilt, non-commercialised coastal sites with unpolluted sea air, situated on the beautiful s.w. coast, with easy access to our sandy beach and picturesque views of our Chine and Brighstone Forest.
The whole area is ideal for cycling, fishing, fossil hunting - a walkers paradise.
An idea family holiday for:-
Camping with Tents - "Touring Caravans" - "Campervan" - "Motorhomes"  - "Small Camping Pods"
We also have Self-catering in our "Centrally heated Static Caravans" or "Converted Barns" (Holiday Cottages)

We are a small, family run working farm, having many unusual, friendly animals including: Alpacas, pigs, goats, pony, horse, water buffalos, donkey, poultry etc + small pets.
We have 4 Cottage Barn Conversions, and 12 Static Caravans situated on an old lifeboat station area, a stone throw from the beach!
[ AA ] Inspected - 4 star rating
Quality in tourism not rated from 2016  however "3 stars" for at least 10 years before this date
David Bellamy Gold conservation award

 

Grange Chine.
Survey by IWNHAS 26th June 1999

Herbs & Climbers

Ajuga rep tans
A Ilium ursinum
Apium graveolens
Apium nodflorum
Arctiurn minus
Armeria rnarititna
Arum maculatum
A triplex iitto rails
Atri~olexprostrata
Be//is perennis
Beta vulgaris ssp. rnaritima
Brassica nigra
Cakile rnaritima
Calystegia silvatica
Cardarnineflexuosa
Centaurea nigra
Centauri urn erythaca
Cerasuiumfontanum
Cerastium glorneraturn
Circaea lutctiana
Cirsium palustre
Con i’olvulus arvensis
Coronopus didyrnus
Crepis capillaris
Daucus carofa
Epilobi urn parvflorurn
Equiseturn arvense
Equiseturn telmateia
Eupatori urn cannabinum
Filipendu/a u/maria
Galium aparine
Galiurn verum
Gerani,* dissectum
Geranium rnolle
Geutn urbanum
Glechoma hederacea
Hypericurn tetraplerurn
Iris foetidissima
Iris pseudacorus
Leontodon saxatilis
Leucanthernuin x superbum
Lonicera periclymenum
Lotus corniculatus
Malva neglecta
Ma/va sylvestris
Medicago arabica
Medicago lupulina
Mentha aquatica
Oenanthe crocata
Oenanthe pimpinelloides
Ononis repens
Persicaria maculosa
Picris echioides
Pilk~ officinarum
P/an fago coronopus
Plantago lanceolata
Plantago major

Bugle
Ramsons
Wild Celery
Fool’s Watercress
Lesser Burdock
Thrift
Lords -and-Ladies
Grass-leaved Orache
Spear-leaved orache
Daisy
Sea Beet
Black Mustard
Sea Rocket
Large Bindweed
Wavy Bitter Cress
Common Knapweed
Common Centaury
Common Mouse-ear
Sticky Mouse-ear
Enchanter’s Nightshade
Marsh Thistle
Field Bmdweed
Lesser Swine-cress
Smooth Hawk’s-beard
Wild Carrot
Hoary Willowherb
Field Horsetail
Great Horsetail
Hemp-Agrimony
Meadowsweet
Cleavers
Lady’s Bedstraw
Cut-leaved Crane’s-bill
Dove’s-foot Crane’s-bill
Wood Avens
Ground-ivy
Square-stalked St John’s Worr
Stinking Iris
Yellow Iris
Lesser Hawkbit
Shasta Daisy
Honeysuckle
Bird’s-foot Trefoil
Dwarf Mallow
Common Mallow
Spotted Medick
Black Medick
Water Mint
Hemlock Water Dropwort
Corky-fruited Water Dropworr
Restharrow
Redshank
Bristly Ox-tongue
Mouse-ear Hawkweed
Buck’s-horn Plaintain
Ribwort Plantain
Greater Plantain

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44
31
88
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24
100
19
72
100

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13
48
42
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72
100
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26
97
88
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100
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97
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86
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65

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100
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58
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84
100
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75
85
84
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52
100
100

Potentilla anserina
Potentilla reptans
Primula vulgaris
Prunella vulgaris
Pulicaria dysenterica
Ranunculus acris
Ranuncu/us parvijlorus
Ranunculus sardous
Ronppa nasturtium-a quaticum
Rumex acetosa
Rumex pu/cher
Sagina apetala
Sagina procumbens
Scrophularia nodosa
Sec/urn anglicum
Seneciojacobea
Senecio sy/vaticus
Silene dioica
Smyrnium o/usatmrn
Solanum dulcamara
So(anum nigrum
Sonchus arvensis
Spergu/aria rupicola
Stachys sylvauca
Stellaria graminea
Symphytum qfficinale
Tam us communis
Trifolium dub ium
Trjfoliurn pratense
Trijolium repens
Trifolium strlatum
Trifolium subterraneum
U/ex europaeus
Urtica dioica
Vicia sativa
Silverweed
Creeping Cinquefoil
Primrose
Self-heal
Fleabane
Meadow Buttercup
Small-flowered Buttercup
Hairy Buttercup
Water-cress
Common Sorrel
Fiddle Dock
Annual Pearlwort
Procumbent Pearlwort
Figwort
English Stonecrop
Ragwort
Heath Groundsel
Red Campion
Alexanders
Bittersweet
Black Nightshade
Perennial Sowthistle
Rock Sea Spurrey
Hedge Woundwort
Lesser Stitchwort
Common Comfrey
Black Bryony
Lesser Trefoil
Red Clover
White Clover
Knotted Clover
Subterranean Clover
Gorse
Stinging Nettle
Common Vetch
100
100
97
97
97
100
11
26
58
100
12
44
60
86
17
100
32
98
36
97
79
88
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98
87
40
100
100
100
100
10
20
100
100
100
Grasses
Agrostis stolonifera
Aira caryophyl/ea
Airapraecox
Alopecurus geniculatus
Arrhenatherum elatius
Brachypodium sylvaticurn
Bromus hordeaceas
Cai’apodium marinum
(‘ynosurus cr1 status
Festuca gigantea
Festuca rubra
Ho/cus /anatus
Hordeum murinum
Hordeum seca/inum
Lolium perenne
Parapholis incurva
Phleum pratense ssp.
Trsetumflavescens
Vulpia brornoides
Creeping Bent
Silver Hair-grass
Early Hair-grass
Marsh Foxtail
False Oat Grass
False Brome
Soft Brome
Sea Fern-grass
Crested Dog’s-tail
Giant Fescue
Red Fescue
Yorkshire Fog
Wall Barley
Meadow Barley
Perennial Rye-grass
Curved Hard-grass
bertolonii Smaller Cat’s-tail
Yellow Oat-grass
Squirrel-tail Fescue
100
28
28
34
100
95
86
13
100
59
100
100
100
43
100
2 (+)
55
60
28
Ferns
Phyllitis scolopendriurn
Harts Tongue Fern
84
Rushes/Sedges
Bolboschoenus maritimus
Juncus artEculalus
Juncus buJonius
Juncus inflexus
Sparganium erectum
Carex hirta
Carex otrubae
Carex pendula
Carex rIparia
Carex sylvatica
Sea Club-rush
Jointed Rush
Toad Rush
Hard Rush
Branched Bur-reed
Hairy Sedge
False Fox-Sedge
Pendulous Sedge
Great Pond-Sedge
Wood Sedge
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80
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30
50
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9
44
Trees
Alnus gluhinosa
Gory/us ave/lana
Crataegus monogyna
Prunus spinosa
Querctts robur
Salix cap rca
Ulmus procera
Alder
Hazel
Common Hawthorn
Blackthorn
Pedunculate Oak
Goat Willow
English Elm
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100
100
100
56
100