Tudeley Woods

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Tudeley Woods: The site is home to a range of birds including all three species of British woodpeckers.

In Spring bluebells and primroses cover the ground, creating a picturesque environment.

Take a walk in the woods and across the newly restored heathland. In some areas there are grand old trees; in others the traditional woodland management called coppicing lives on, which opens up the woodland floor to allow the woodland flowers and butterflies to flourish for a few years before the canopy closes back over.

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0.6 mile (1 km) south of Tonbridge along the A21, take the left turn into Half Moon Lane, immediately before the petrol station on the left. The car park is 300 m along the lane, on the left. Approaching from the south, take the A21 north from Pembury, cross over the roundabout, and after 500 metres, turn right into Half Moon Lane immediately after the petrol station. The reserve is also signposted from the B2017 east of Tudeley village.

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Opening times:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
09:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:0009:00 - 18:00

Prices:

Free

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Address: Tudeley Woods, Kent, UK
Phone: +44 1273 775333

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