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Trees and plants at Heartwood Forest

The 17.8 hectares of ancient semi-natural woodland on the site is made up of four areas - Langley Wood, Pismire Spring, Well and Pudler’s Wood and Round Wood.

All of the woods which make up Heartwood Forest have been designated County Wildlife Sites, areas of land recognised as being of importance for their nature conservation value as is identified by the presence of important, distinctive and threatened habitats and species.

Learn more about the four woods that make up Heartwood Forest

We record and monitor; trees, plants, ferns, wild flowers and more at Heartwood throughout the seasons to collect valuable information on seasonal occurrences in order to demonstrate how climate change is affecting our wildlife habitats.

Learn more about the different species at Heartwood Forest

Our community orchard, in the south-eastern section, was planted by local children.

Read about the different species and varieties of fruits we grown in the orchard at Heartwood Forest