The Meads Community Woodland

This planted woodland, offers walks within the young native trees, traditional hedgerow and poplar, with many birds, butterflies, dragonflies and reptiles present. A replica Neolithic wood henge gives an insight to the history.

Rose Hill

This woodland has grown up on the site of an old house, garden & grounds dating back to the late 18th century. There's a mix of natural secondary woodland and mature trees and ornamental plants with paths around the hill.

Things to do: all woods



Short and longer walks, wildlife (birds, plants and insects) rich, historical from replica Neolithic structures to Victorian house and gardens.


For all ages to discover the wildlife and history of these woodlands and the human interaction with the landscape.

Volunteering & Groups

Community volunteering to manage woodlands, archaeological groups to discover the past.