Tattershall Carrs forms the last remnants of ancient, wet, alder-dominated woodland that once ringed the margins of the Fens. It also boasts a fascinating history; the wood was part of RAF Woodhall Spa during the Second World War, and was home to the famous 617 Dambusters squadron.
Burroughs Wood encompasses two large sites; one with ancient origins, the other a newer woodland. A well used site, particularly along the public and permissive bridleways. Getting around is easy, with gentle and undulating slopes.
Old Wood is a mixture of coniferous woodland, heathland and acid grassland, and home to a variety of wildlife including adders and slow worms, which the Trust is restoring to broadleaf woodland and heathland. Climb to one of the highest points in Norfolk for views over Sheringham and the North Sea.
Enjoy breathtaking views and an abundance of wildlife, on one of a chain of hills of ancient woodland around the city of Belfast.
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