Park Wood, Parkmill

Park Wood, Parkmill

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A wood of majestic and mature oak, ash and conifer trees, home to buzzards, woodpeckers, nuthatch, lesser and greater horseshoe bats and a wealth of other wildlife. There are also many archeologically valuable sites here, covering 14,000 years.

The site is designated a geological and biological SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest), as well as having ash woods of European importance.

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