Hay Wood

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Whether walking, riding or picnicking, Hay Wood is the perfect place to get away from it all and relax. As a peaceful ancient woodland site there is a great diversity of wildlife to look out for, foxgloves, bluebells, birds, butterflies, rabbits and Muntjac deer are just a few you could encounter. Two waymarked trails take you around Hay Wood and a bridleway runs through the centre of Hay Wood which is directed via Warwickshire County Councils Bridleway Disks.

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Baddesley Clinton is the nearest town or village.
From Warwick take the Birmingham Road through Hatton and onto the Five Ways traffic island where you turn left towards Shrewley and immediately right into Case Lane. After 1 mile turn right into Quarry Lane and the entrance to Hay Wood is 1 mile on your right.
From Knowle take the A4141 Warwick Road, go through Chadwick End and in half a mile you will come to Baddesley Clinton where you turn right into Rising Lane. After half a mile turn left into Haywood Lane and the entrance is another mile on the left.


Nearest railway station is Lapworth.


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Address: Chris Mansell, Community Ranger
Phone: +44 1889 586593
Email: chris.mansell@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

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