Ruggadon Middlepark

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Ruggadon Middlepark: The nature reserve is 3.1 ha in area, comprising steeply sloping meadow, wet grassland and Middlepark Copse. The Copse is a small area of woodland which is dominated by very large oak trees. The public footpath runs along one side of the meadow, through some dense areas of scrub and down to the stream. Here, near where the path leaves the Nature Reserve, another steeper path leads up to the copse.

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Ruggadon Middlepark Nature Reserve


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From the A38 Chudleigh turn, take the B3193 up the Teign valley towards Dunsford. After three kilometres the road passes Trusham Quarry on the left. Shortly after the quarry turn right (signed to Trusham village), this road crosses the river and then the old railway before bearing round sharply to the left. Continue for about one and a half kilometres into the village of Trusham. From the centre of the village (limited parking near the recreation ground) walk back along the road. Just beyond the final house on the left (‘Hill Crest’) is the entrance to a track which leads down into the valley. Follow this track (which is a public right of way) to the valley bottom (about 400m) where a footbridge crosses Bramble Brook and the path enters the Nature Reserve.


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