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The Management Plan for this site is currently under review. All our management plans are periodically reviewed. A management plan review does not necessarily mean there will be any noticeable difference in our approach to management on site. If you wish to comment on the management plan then please do so by the deadline of 04 June 2017.
You can submit your comments either via: email@example.com or by post to: The Woodland Operations Department, The Woodland Trust, Kempton Way, Grantham, NG31 6LL. Please remember to quote the name of the woodland you are commenting on in your correspondence.
Features & activities
- Broadleaved woodland
- Information on site
- Way marked trail
- Ancient trees on site
- Good views
- Special wildlife interest
- Well worth a visit
- Spring colour
- Free car parking at site
Duncliffe Wood is a large (93ha) woodland which stretches over the double summits of Duncliffe Hill like a saddle as they rise out of Blackmoor Vale.
Lying 4.8km (3 miles) west of Shaftesbury, its prominent setting ensures it can be seen for miles around. The surrounding landscape is characterised by sweeping valleys and rounded hills with a dominance of woodland on the scarp faces. The site is well known locally for its spectacular spring display of bluebells - but due to its location there are some steep paths in places.