Barford Wood Meadows

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Barford Wood Meadows: Barford Meadows was once part of Rockingham Forest, which until the late1700s was a large expanse of woodland, parkland and small-scale farming. The reserve reflects this mosaic of habitats with hay meadows, parkland and newly-planted woodland, providing shelter and food for a variety of wildlife.


The northern area across the River Ise is known as Five Acres and includes a number of different habitats, hay meadow by the river, limestone grassland at the northern end and scrub alongside the railway embankment where badgers and foxes live.

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Kettering 3 miles. Take A6003 towards Corby. Barford Meadows is adjacent to the A6003

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