Broxbourne Woods

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Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve has areas of recently planted conifer trees. This site now includes an award winning easy access sculpture trail suitable for walkers and wheelchairs. The sculptures are all chainsaw oak carvings and include a Roman soldier, a giant acorn seat and a wild boar and its piglets. The reserve is made up of four woods, Bencroft, Broxbourne, Wormley and Hoddesdon.

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Hertfordshire, East of England, Home Counties, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Hoddesdon Park Wood, Wormley Hoddesdon Park Wood South, Wormley Wood, Danemead, Nut Wood, Wormley Hoddesdon Park Wood North, Bencroft Wood

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Bencroft Wood

Bencroft Wood is a good place to see butterflies, dragonflies and if you are lucky, a sparrowhawk.

Wormley Wood

Wormley Wood is mostly a large block of tall mature native trees. Parts of the wood is replanted with conifers, Which are now being thinned back and removed to favour native species such as oak, birch and hornbeam.

Hoddesdon Park Wood

Hoddesdon Park Wood is particularly famed for its display of wood anemones in the spring.

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