Brampton Wood

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Brampton Wood is at least 900 years old, covering over 327 acres it is the second largest ancient woodland in Cambridgeshire. The trees are mostly oak, ash and field maple it has been carefully managed over the years and natural regeneration encouraged. Whatever the season this woodland offers a glimpse of the perfection of nature, from the woodpeckers in the winter to the spring flowers and summer canopy which provide habitat for butterflies, small mammals and birds. To the several small ponds creating a home for newts and invertibrates. Easy walking for the whole family. As with all these sites please observe the Country Code, take your litter home with you, keep dogs on a lead, where dogs are allowed, and keep to marked paths to avoid disturbing wildlife.

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Huntingdon 4 miles. From the A1, take the A14 exit towards Huntingdon. Take the first exit off A14 to Brampton, B1514, Go straight at first roundabout then right at second. Turn right at T junction on to Grafham road. Follow road through village and over the A1. Reserve is on the north side of road 1 and a half miles out of Brampton. Brown sign indicates the entrance. Park in the small car park.


Huntingdon to Brampton, H and D, then walk 2 miles.


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Address: Brampton Wood, The Wildlife Trust, The Lodge, West Perry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0BX, UK.
Phone: +44 1480 811075

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