9.03 ha (22.31 acres)

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Blunts wood and Paige's wood and meadows has been a nature reserve since 1967. the woodland has been there since at least the eighteenth century and is made up mainly of oak, hornbeam, birch, hazel and alder. It is important for all sorts of wildlife including dormice, stoats, weasels, bats and glow worms. Coppicing is carried out to maintain the biodiversity. Horses and bicycles are allowed only on the bridleway and dogs are allowed if kept under control.