SS 472 929
Area 4.79 ha
Ancient limestone broadleaved woodland. Woodland birds, mosses, ferns, lichens and fungi.
roadside parking, steep circular path difficult for the less able, no
There is l large and varied population of birds, with records of breeding Buzzard, Tawny Owl and Sparrowhawk in the woodland, and Mallard, Coot and Teal around the pond. Fallen timber and rotting stumps support an abundance of lower plants and invertebrates.
Moths and Butterflies are well represents, including
species such as Comma, Silver-washed Fritillary and Holly Blue.
April-July for woodland flowers, butterflies and birds.
September-October for fungi.