Great Bendysh Wood
A FORESTRY COMMISSION ENGLAND WOOD
92.41 ha (228.35 acres)
This Forestry Commission wood is ancient deciduous woodland planted up with conifers which are now being removed. It has wide rides which are good for flowers: oxlips and wood anemones in March/April and later on many orchids. The wood is a good place to see deer: both the native red deer and roe deer, and the introduced fallow and muntjac.