28.58 ha (70.62 acres)

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Gelli-Hir is a partly ancient wood, dating from before the 1600s, which lies on the northern edge of Fairwood Common. It is a mixed broadleaved wood. Bluebells, when in bloom, beautifully carpet the southern part of the wood. Many interesting wildlife species, such as the green sandpiper, tawny owl and dormice can be found in the woodland.