Introduction: The majority of this small, 2ha. wood was formerly meadow, planted by The Woodland Trust in 1987. The planting consisted of a mixture of native broadleaved species.
Location: north of the River Rother at Robertsbridge, E. Sussex.
What can I do? Walk the permissive and public pathways from the 4 access points around the woodland.
What can I see? Woodland trees such as oak, grey poplar, white willow, hazel, ash, hornbeam, cherry, whitebeam and common alder.
What can I hear? Different woodland birds calling and singing overhead and on the ground.
Grid Reference: TQ735244(OS Map)
OS Map: 199 (Landranger 1:50,000)
Opening Times: All year
Nearest train station: Robertsbridge 1.2 miles
Nearest NCN route: Route 18, 8.2 miles
Where can I park? Local parking is difficult
Where can I get further information? Please see the Woodland Trust's website