3.15 ha (7.78 acres)

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Explorer 115
OS Landranger 192

Liverton Copse is secondary high forest woodland planted with mixed broadleaves by the Woodland Trust between 1981 and 1987 The wood had previously been Norway Spruce planted in 1922 and mostly felled by the previous owner in 1980. The exact history is unknown but it is thought to have been woodland for some time before 1922. Ground flora is varied and includes frequent primrose and dog's mercury as well as bluebell dog violet and moschatel. The wood is generally flat with a slight northerly aspect although a steep slope leads down towards the stream on the northern boundary.


  • Parking nearby
  • Public access
  • Broadleaved woodland


Liverton Copse Management Plan

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