Cookridge Woods

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Cookridge Woods: This is a group of five woodlands. Spring Wood has public rights of way pedestrian access and is predominantly oak and beech with a birch and holly understorey. Daffy Wood comprises predominantly of an oak and beech canopy with some birch and holly understorey. There is a public rights of way through the wood. Iveson Woods contains what are believed to be either prehistoric or Romano-British hut circles of national importance. The tree cover is mainly oak, scots pine, larch and birch with a birch and oak understorey. Backhouse Wood is similar to Ireland Wood with its tree cover, having predominantly oak canopies with oak, birch and holly as understorey species.

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Popularity rank: #5536
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Yorkshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Spring Wood, Backhouse Wood, Ireland Wood, Daffy Wood, Iveson Wood

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