Hem Heath

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100 acres of woodland.

Although often referred to as Hem Heath, this woodland encompasses four distinct woods - The Oaks, Newstead Wood, Newpark Plantation and Hem Heath. Whatever the title, there's no doubt that this reserve provides a wonderful green oasis - the largest area of woodland in Stoke-on-Trent.


The Oaks and part of Newstead Wood contain the only area of semi-natural ancient woodland. Has a distinctive flora for woodland on such acidic sandy soils.


An extensive system of paths including an all-ability circular path

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Staffordshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Newstead Woods, Oaks, Newpark Plantation

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Hem Heath access is located south of the A5035 Trentham-Longton road - just east of the main railwayline and adjacent to the electricity sub-station.

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Never closes

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Free

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