Chaddesley Woods

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Chaddesley Woods: Variety of plants and habitats. Streams, ponds and meadow add to the diversity of this reserve.

Ancient woodland species - flowers such as yellow archangel, herb Paris and dogs mercury which grow along the paths and small-leaved lime and wild service trees which are scattered through the wood.


The reserve is made up of two distinct areas of which together cover 252 acres (101 hectares).

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From Bromsgrove, take the A448 Bromsgrove to Kidderminster road and in about 2 miles after the motorway bridge turn right into Woodcote Lane (signposted Dordale and Belbroughton). In 1/2 mile bear left into Woodcote Green Lane (signposted Bluntington and Woodrow). The main entrance to the reserve is on the left in 1/2 mile

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Opening Times:

never closes

Prices:

Free

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