Damems Dyke is an area of mostly new woodland in the Worth valley approximately 3km east of Keighley. The site of the wood was formerly a mill dam.. There is housing close to the site on three sides, the fourth, western side is partially scrub pasture. An area of self seeded woodland on a former railway embankment is immediately to the south of the wood. The northern edge of the wood is bounded by the Worth Valley steam railway, an extremely popular tourist attraction, to the east and south is scrub, smallholdings/allotments and housing.
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