Gamston Wood

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Gamston Wood is a mixed ancient woodland covering almost 41 hectares it is predominantly made up of ash, oak and birch, with a shrub layer of hazel, hawthorn, privet, goat willow and field maple. Bramble and honeysuckle are common throughout, but bracken is restricted to the north-east corner. The ground flora is rich and includes wood anemone, primrose, yellow archangel, sweet woodruff, sanicle and wood avens.

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Eaton Wood

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This 24 hectare ancient woodland site is very important for its rich ground flora. Primrose, wood anemone and bluebell are present as are several species of orchid, including early purple, common spotted, greater butterfly, and broad-leaved helleborine. Other species present include moschatel, herb Paris, wood sorrel, yellow archangel, ladys mantle and sweet woodruff.

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The reserve is about midway on the minor road from Eaton to Upton.

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