Cwmllwyd Woods (Local Nature Reserve)

Swansea

Cwmllwyd Woods (Local Nature Reserve)

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The large Cwmllwyd Wood Local Nature Reserve (16 acres in all) is one of the best examples of its kind in South Wales. Lying on the southern slope of Cockett Valley two miles from Swansea, it consists mainly of oak trees planted over 100 years ago. An ideal place for a break to enjoy the peace and quiet, stroll through the woodland and enjoy the natural features. A real woodland oasis.

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To be considered as a Local Nature Reserve, the land in question has to have natural features of special interest to the local area. LNR's help protect biodiversity, but also help to forge links between the community and their natural surroundings, creating a learning enviornment for everyone.

01792 635759

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