A very damp ancient deciduous woodland and neutral grassland meadow best visited in spring for a wonderful display of woodland flowers.
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Boon's Copse is a species rich ancient woodland on the Blackdown Hillsand is a relic of the original Neroche Royal Forest.
Sadly this broadleaved woodland is badly affected by ash die back. This means that the ash trees are not in good health, they and their limbs are prone to failing and falling. We do not recommend…
A wonderfully atmospheric ancient woodland nestled in a steep-sided Quantock Hills valley overlooking the Bristol Channel.
This hay meadow nature reserve offers glorious displays of wild flowers including orchids from spring to mid summer and is a great reminder of how wildlife rich our countryside can be if given a…
Mascall's Wood comprises of an area of broadleaved ancient woodland on very steep slopes with a great diversity of woodland flora and lower slopes.
Rose Wood is currently closed until further notice due to tree felling works taking place on site to deal with ash dieback in the area. Thank you for your cooperation.
A mainly wet grassland site with woodland fringes on a steep north-facing slope on the Blackdown Hills; access is best gained by parking at NT Wellington Monument which you pass on the walk down…
Withial Combe is mainly comprised of a remote, steep-sided ancient wooded ravine together with two small meadows great for woodland flowers and birds.