13.86 ha (34.25 acres)

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Explorer 43
OS Landranger 87

Thought to be Northumberland's last wild daffodil wood. Listen for the sound of Letah Burn as it tumbles by. Seek out massive specimens of beech and Douglas fir. Red squirrels, roe deer, fox and stoat share the wood with a varied bird population.


  • Parking at site
  • Public access
  • Spring flowers
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