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Dunhams Wood

Dunhams Wood is a privately owned broadleaved woodland that is occasionally open to the public. The area was planted over a period of 6 years starting in 1985. It is located approximately 2 miles outside March, Cambridgeshire in Fenland. The area ...

                                               

Forest of Lyme

The Forest of Lyme is a former forest in the present day counties of Cheshire, Staffordshire and parts of Derbyshire. Parts of the forest remain and its name is preserved in many local place-names.

                                               

Mersey Forest

The Mersey Forest is a network of woodlands and green spaces being created across Merseyside and North Cheshire by a wide-ranging partnership of different organisations including local authorities, community groups and businesses. The Mersey Fore ...

                                               

Northwich Woodlands

Northwich Woodlands is an area of 373 hectares of publicly accessible countryside near Northwich in Cheshire, England. It comprises nine separate woods, country parks, lakes and parks, many of which are connected to each other via footpaths and o ...

                                               

Shakerley Mere

Shakerley Mere is a lake and recreation area near Allostock, Cheshire, England. The mere is a former sand quarry, which flooded after extraction ended in the 1960s. Roughly triangular in shape, it bounded to the east by the M6 motorway and on the ...

                                               

Stara Woods

Stara Woods is a privately owned woodland in east Cornwall, England, UK, of local interest after being bought by a local resident in 2004 and repurposed as a community woodland. The woods are in the Lynher valley and south-southeast of North Hill.

                                               

Hamsterley Forest

Hamsterley Forest is a commercial forest in County Durham operated by the Forestry Commission. It is the largest forest in County Durham and covers more than 2.000 hectares. Recreational activities are promoted within the forest and are focused a ...

                                               

Churston Woods

Churston Woods is an area of semi-ancient woodland near the village of Churston Ferrers and the town of Brixham. The woodland is made up of two main sections called The Grove and Ball Copse, both of which are owned by Torbay Council and managed b ...

                                               

Fifehead Wood

Fifehead Wood is a woodland in Dorset, England, near the village of Fifehead Magdalen. Owned and maintained by the Woodland Trust, Fifehead Wood covers a total area of 20.36 hectares, and is situated upon a ridge of Corallian Limestone within the ...

                                               

Stoney Down

Stoney Down or Stony Down is both a hill and an area of forested countryside in the county of Dorset, England, that has been designated an "Area of Great Landscape Value" in the East Dorset Local Plan. The forest is known as the Stoney Down Plant ...

                                               

Wareham Forest

Wareham Forest is an area in Dorset, England, consisting of open heathland, including Decoy Heath and Gore Heath, and plantations of conifers such as Morden Heath and Bloxworth Heath. The site is overseen by the Forestry Commission for conservati ...

                                               

Withybed Wood

Withybed Wood is a small, yet important patch of woodland located in the lee of Warren Hill, part of Hengistbury Head, Dorset. It is not to be confused with an area of the Wyre Forest in Shropshire, which also has the same name.

                                               

Nut Wood and Wauldby Scrogs

                                               

Speckled Wood, Hastings

Speckled Wood is a 12.7-acre woodland and park in Ore Village in the Ore Valley, Hastings, East Sussex, United Kingdom. The woodland park consists of woodland trails and clearings. The woodland has steep sixty-degree sides and is a wet woodland. ...

                                               

Chigwell Row Wood

Chigwell Row Wood is a 14.1 hectare Local Nature Reserve in Chigwell in Epping Forest district, Essex. It is owned by The Chigwell Row Recreation Ground Charity, of which the district council are the trustees, and managed by council staff and vol ...

                                               

Frome Banks

Frome Banks is a 1.3-hectare nature reserve in Gloucestershire. The site is managed by the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust under lease from Gloucestershire County Council and a private owner. The reserve was established in 1990. It is operated in ...

                                               

Chappetts Copse

Chappetts Copse is a beech woodland in the Meon Valley, Hampshire. It is managed as a nature reserve by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. It does not have any statutory protection, such as SSSI status. It contains the largest popula ...

                                               

Hawkley Warren

Hawkley Warren is a woodland on the northeast-facing Wealden Edge, near the village of Hawkley, three miles north of Petersfield in Hampshire. The site is situated in a deep chalk combe. The site is owned by Hampshire County Council and managed a ...

                                               

Mortimer Forest

Mortimer Forest is a forest on the Shropshire/Herefordshire border in England, near the town of Ludlow. It covers a hilly terrain, including the marilyn of High Vinnalls which rises to 375 metres.

                                               

Albans Wood

Albans Wood is a 4.1 hectares local nature reserve in Watford in Hertfordshire. It is owned and managed by Watford Borough Council. The site is ancient semi-natural woodland. It is mainly oak with other trees including beech, horse chestnut and s ...

                                               

Harebreaks Wood

Harebreaks Wood is 5.1 hectare Local Nature Reserve in Watford in Hertfordshire. It is owned by Watford Borough Council and managed by the council and the Friends of Harebreaks Wood. The site is semi-natural woodland of oak, ash and cherry, which ...

                                               

Watling Chase Community Forest

Watling Chase Community Forest is an area of 72 square miles located in north London and south Hertfordshire around the towns of Potters Bar, Radlett, Borehamwood and Barnet. It includes Aldenham Country Park, Scratchwood, Moat Mount Open Space a ...

                                               

Bedgebury Forest

Bedgebury Forest is a 10.5 square kilometres forest surrounding Bedgebury National Pinetum, near Flimwell in Kent. In contrast to the National Pinetum, which contains exclusively coniferous trees, the forest contains both deciduous and coniferous ...

                                               

Brockhill Country Park

Brockhill Country Park is in Saltwood, near Hythe in Kent, England. The park was a former estate with landscaped gardens and has subsequently been sub-divided. The house now forms the main building for a performing arts college, whilst the garden ...

                                               

Leicester Forest

The forest occupied an area fourteen miles long and four miles wide between the River Soar and Rothley Brook, and covered 5.000 acres. It was described in Domesday Book as Hereswode. Once owned by Hugh de Grandmesnil, ownership passed to successi ...

                                               

Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Wood

The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Wood is a woodland in Leicestershire, UK created in 2012. Covering 186 hectares, it is the centrepiece of a wide-ranging Jubilee Project by The Woodland Trust to mark the 2012 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth ...

                                               

Bourne Woods

Bourne Woods are situated near Bourne, Lincolnshire, England, and includes Bourne Wood and Fox Wood. Bourne Wood National Grid reference TF0821; Co-ordinates: O°24W, 52°46N and Fox Wood are owned by The Forestry Commission and managed by Forest E ...

                                               

Haltham Coppice

                                               

Highall Wood

Highall Wood is a woodland to the north east of the village of Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire. It is bordered by Park Plantation to the east and White Hall Wood to the south. Two small streams; Reeds Beck to the south and Odds Beck to the north also ...

                                               

Ostlers Plantation

Ostlers Plantation is a Forestry Commission owned woodland next to Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire. It has public access and lies to the west of an open area of heathland, the Kirkby Moor Nature Reserve; both are noted for having large numbers of adde ...

                                               

Stapleford Woods

Stapleford Woods are an area of ancient woodland and forest in Stapleford, Lincolnshire, England. The boundary of the ancient woods marks the county boundary between Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

                                               

Coppetts Wood and Scrublands

Coppetts Wood and Scrublands is a 14.5 hectare Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade I, between Muswell Hill and Friern Barnet in the London Borough of Barnet. It is part of the Coppetts Wood and Glebelands Local Nature Reserv ...

                                               

Elmstead Wood

                                               

Grangewood Park

Grangewood Park is an extensive woodland area situated in South Norwood, London. It is managed by the London Borough of Croydon. It is bounded by Grange Road, Wharncliffe Road, and Ross Road. It covers an area of 27​ 3 ⁄ 4 acres 11.23 hectares. T ...

                                               

Ham Common, London

Ham Common is an area of common land in Ham, London. It is a conservation area in, and managed by, the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It comprises 48.69 hectares, the second largest area of common land in the borough, 2 acres smaller tha ...

                                               

Havering Country Park

Havering Country Park is a varied environment open space in the London Borough of Havering. It includes 100 acres of woodland. It is one of three large parklands in Havering-atte-Bower, the others are Bedfords Park and Pyrgo Park. The area of the ...

                                               

Pages Wood

Pages Wood is a 74 hectare wood and public park in Harold Wood in the London Borough of Havering. It is the largest Forestry Commission site in the Thames Chase Community Forest, and 100.000 trees have been planted since it opened in 2002. It als ...

                                               

Sisland Carr

Sisland Carr is a small mixed woodland west of Loddon, Norfolk, located at grid reference TM345991. It is privately owned but is managed by the Woodland Trust. The site is known for its bluebells in the spring. There is road access and a car park ...

                                               

Thetford Forest

Thetford Forest is the largest lowland pine forest in Britain and is located in a region straddling the north of Suffolk and the south of Norfolk in England. It covers over 19.000 ha in the form of a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

                                               

Bassleton Wood and The Holmes

Bassleton Wood and The Holmes is a Local Nature Reserve in the town of Thornaby-on-Tees, in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees, England. Bassleton Wood is an ancient woodland. The Holmes follows the course of the River Tees and provides a haven for ...

                                               

Hackfall

                                               

Raincliffe Woods

Raincliffe Woods are situated to the north-west of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England. They form an "L" shape with Forge Valley Woods and the River Derwent.

                                               

Fineshade Wood

Fineshade Wood is a large wooded area in the county of Northamptonshire in the English East Midlands region. The wood is managed by the Forestry England and is part of the former royal hunting forest of Rockingham Forest. Part of the wood is publ ...

                                               

Harwood Forest

Harwood Forest is a 3.527 hectares conifer plantation located to the south of Rothbury in North Northumberland, England, and managed by the Forestry Commission. The forest occupies moorland north of the east-west Morpeth to Elsdon road, west of t ...

                                               

Kielder Forest

Kielder Forest is a large forestry plantation in Northumberland, England, surrounding Kielder village and the Kielder Water reservoir. It is the largest man-made woodland in England with three-quarters of its 250 square miles covered by forest. T ...

                                               

Little Wittenham

Little Wittenham is a village and civil parish on the south bank of the River Thames, northeast of Didcot in South Oxfordshire. In 1974 it was transferred from Berkshire to the county of Oxfordshire and from Wallingford Rural District to the dist ...

                                               

Wittenham Clumps

Wittenham Clumps is the common name for a pair of wooded chalk hills in the Thames Valley, in the civil parish of Little Wittenham, in the historic county of Berkshire, although since 1974 administered as part of South Oxfordshire district. The h ...

                                               

Rectory Wood

Rectory Wood is in the heart of Church Stretton. The site is within the Shropshire Hills, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty AONB. The wood mainly comprises mature native broadleaf species, with supplementary mixed planting. Ther ...

                                               

Brockley Combe

Brockley Combe is a wooded combe near the village of Brockley in North Somerset, England. The combe cuts into the western edge of the Lulsgate Plateau, the Carboniferous limestone hills which form a northern outlier of the Mendips, south west of ...

                                               

Lords Wood, Pensford

Lords Wood is a woodland southeast of the village of Pensford in the Chew Valley, south of Bristol, England. The wood largely consists of planted conifers, however some broad-leaved areas remain. A number of small streams flow northward through t ...

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