Charley Woods

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Charley Woods: The reserve is divided into three parts, Burrow Wood, Cat Hill Wood and the field between them. Burrow Wood is an ancient woodland, the first records date from the mid 1500's. It is dominated by oak trees with occasional ash. Cat Hill Wood was first documented in 1260. The records show periods when the wood was cleared for cultivation, today it contains sweet chestnut, sycamore, larch and pines.

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The reserve is 1.5 km north west of Copt Oak. Access to the reserve is along a track (signposted a public right of way) which leaves the Whitwick road opposite Upper Greenhill Farm.

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Address: Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust, Brocks Hill Environment Centre, Washbrook Lane, Oadby, Leicestershire, LE2 5JJ, UK
Phone: +44 116 272 8860
Email: npilcher@lrwt.org.uk
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