Gull coppice covers 40 acres and consists of two distinct habitats ' an area that had been planted with conifers by the Forestry Commission but was felled in 1996, and oak woodland. The ground flora is limited but improving, and includes foxgloves, common spotted orchids, primrose, bugle and violets. Wildlife is diverse including deer, common lizards, nightingales and purple hairstreak butterflies. There are circular trails with some surfaced paths, oak benches and a snake sculpture. Ideal for dog walking or cycling, and often used to get between the housing estate and school.