30.91 ha (76.38 acres)

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This is one of the largest woods in South Norfolk, and has a recorded history going back to the Domesday book. Oak, ash, birch, hazel and hornbeam are all present, as well as flowers such as yellow archangel, wood anemone, early purple orchid and the rare yellow star of Bethlehem. A wide variety of birds breed in the wood. Believed to be the site of the 'Babes in the Wood' legend.