2.28 ha (5.63 acres)

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This broad-leaved woodland surmounts a hill, part of which is an ancient monument ' a round barrow (or tumulus) dating to the Bronze Age. The wood features mainly oak and beech, with some rowan and silver birch. Spring colour is provided by a range of woodland flowers including a patch of bluebells on the lower hillside. Fallen wood has been left to encourage stag beetle larvae and birds such as woodpeckers that feed on them. Access and parking in Crowthorne Road