1.36 ha (3.36 acres)

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Explorer 6
OS Landranger 97

Swarthmoor Hall Wood is a delightful little peaceful ancient woodland on the banks of the Levy Beck. In spring the wood has a delightful variety of flowers with bluebells wild garlic and lesser anemone and it is home to owls and woodpeckers. The path through it leads to a short stroll across adjacent fields to nearby Swarthmoor Hall the historic founding home of the Quaker movement.


  • Public access
  • Broadleaved woodland


Swarthmoor Hall Wood Management Plan

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