Woodland Nature Trail
This area used to be far more open and was the best place to see butterflies such as the Dingy Skipper, Common Blue and Small Copper and the day-flying Five-spotted Burnet moth. But, no longer!
The first thing you notice is the group of Giant Redwoods Sequoiadendron giganteum. To their left used to be a stand of Hybrid Larch but these were removed in 2015 as part of the Phythopthora control. There area has been planted with native trees. Again, this is a good area to look for Goldcrests and Coal Tits.