A CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL WOOD
7.73 ha (19.10 acres)
Furey Woodland consists of two main areas of grassland, one of which is an area of amenity grassland and the other is a meadow area. There is a circular path (with disabled access) through the new plantation areas which is linked to a riverside pathway by steps. The grasslands are surrounded by woodland, the majority of which was planted in the last 15 years. This is a mixed broad-leaved wood, this is a mixture of both exotic and native tree species. The more mature area along the slopes down to the River is dominated by Sycamore, Crack Willow and Oak.