Blackmoor Copse

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Blackmoor Copse is a lovely area of woodland close to the county boundary with Hampshire. It is also one of the most important woods in Wiltshire for wildlife, with rare and uncommon plants and animals to be found. The reserve is criss-crossed by a number of woodland paths giving good access to most areas, including a pond. There is also a circular walk that takes about an hour to complete. The route is marked on the accompanying map and on the interpretation board near the reserve entrance. Much of the reserve lies on clay soil and can therefore remain wet underfoot even during summer months.

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Six miles east of Salisbury between the A30 and the A36, Blackmoor Copse is on the western side of the minor road from Winterslow to East Grimstead. The main entrance is at the junction between Livery Road and the road to Farley. There is limited parking on the wide road verge.


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