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Bramingham Wood

A Woodland Trust wood

Bramingham Wood

15.7 ha (38.8 acres)
Grid ref:
OS map sheets:
Explorer 193
OS Landranger 166
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Features and attractions

  • Broadleaved woodland
  • Parking less than 500m away
  • Information on site
  • Special wildlife interest
  • Well worth a visit
  • Bluebells
  • Spring colour
  • Autumn colour

An ancient woodland sanctuary in an urban environment. A network of paths, sometimes narrow and winding, leads to new discoveries, including ponds and several native fungi species found nowhere else in Britain. Stout footwear recommended. Bramingham Wood is one of our Top Ten bluebell woods. If you’d like to visit and see a superb bluebell display, check our live map for bluebells as flowering times do vary around the UK. However, mid-April to early-June is usually an ideal time for most woods.