Boothland Wood

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Boothland Wood: South of Uckfield covers an area of 5 hectares (12.5 acres). It is designated as an area of Ancient semi-natural woodland, meaning that it dates back to at least 1600. It is a valuable haven for wildlife. There are several public footpaths across the wood with steps and bridges they can be used by both walkers and cyclists.

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Car

Take the New Barn Lane exit at the Highlands roundabout at Ridgewood. Access to the wood is straight ahead, down the hill. Parking is available on the road. Follow the fencing round the edge of the wood to reach the main entrance.

Train

The nearest train station is Uckfield – about half a mile.

Bus


Bus number 28 or 29 run close to Boothland Wood and Uckfield town centre, three-quarters of a mile away.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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