A WORCESTERSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST WOOD
Credit: David Butler
56.02 ha (138.43 acres)
Grafton Wood is an ancient semi-natural broad-leaved woodland with coppice and large oaks, and the centre of the only colony of brown hairstreak butterflies in the Midlands. The wood is also important for other woodland butterflies including silver-washed fritillaries and white admirals. Great for birdwatching, wildflowers or simply getting away from it all.