Dean Wood

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Dean Wood is an impressive site. This deep, narrow, wooded clough is typical of those found on the West Pennine Moors. The lack of undisturbed wooded valleys in the local area and the relatively unspoilt nature of Dean Wood means it is a special haven for wildlife.

From the public footpath, you can see that most of the reserve is woodland made up of sessile oak with ash, beech, birch, rowan and sycamore. There is also a small stand of Scots pine. Shrub species such as hazel, holly, elder, alder, hawthorn, honeysuckle, grey willow, blackberry. dog-rose and raspberry occur on this reserve.

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