List of ancient woods in England

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This list of ancient woods in England contains areas of ancient woodland in England larger than ten hectares. The list is arranged alphabetically by ceremonial county.


B[edit]

Bedfordshire[edit]

Ancient Woods in Bedfordshire
Hanger Wood
Hanger Wood
King's and Baker's Woods
King's and Baker's Woods
Kingswood, Houghton Conquest
Kingswood, Houghton Conquest
Maulden Wood
Maulden Wood
Odell Great Wood
Odell Great Wood
Potton Wood
Potton Wood
Southill Woods
Southill Woods
Swineshead Wood
Swineshead Wood
Bedfordshire ancient woods

The woodlands of Bedfordshire cover 6.2% of the county.[1] Some two thirds of this (4,990 ha or 12,300 acres) is broad-leaved woodland, principally oak and ash.[2] A woodland Trust estimate of all ancient woodland in Bedfordshire (dating back to at least the year 1600), including woods of 0.1 ha (0.25 acres) and upward suggests an area of 1,468 ha (3,630 acres).[3] This list of Bedfordshire's ancient woodland shows only those woods of over 10 ha (25 acres), all of which have SSSI status, and cover a total of 628 ha (1,550 acres). Of the eight woods shown, five fall roughly on the line of heavily wooded sandstone that runs diagonally across the county south of Bedford.[4]

Neighbouring counties
Northants. Northants. Cambs. Cambs.
Bucks. Bedfordshire. Cambs.
Herts.
Bucks. Herts. Herts.
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The principal Ancient Woods in Bedfordshire
No. Name Public Access Location Area References
Ha Acres
1 Hanger Wood   Red XN 52°08′02″N 0°32′52″W / 52.1339°N 0.5477°W / 52.1339; -0.5477 (Hanger Wood)
    SP 995494
24 59 SSSI[5]
2 King's and Baker's Woods   Green tickY 51°57′23″N 0°39′30″W / 51.9563°N 0.6582°W / 51.9563; -0.6582 (King's and Baker's Woods)
    SP 923295
212 524 SSSI[6] NNR[7] BNCPWT[8]
3 Kingswood, Houghton Conquest   Green tickY 52°03′01″N 0°28′39″W / 52.0503°N 0.4775°W / 52.0503; -0.4775 (Kingswood, Houghton Conquest)
    TL 045402
26 64 SSSI[9] Local Gov[10]
4 Maulden Wood   Green tickY 52°02′14″N 0°17′45″W / 52.0371°N 0.2957°W / 52.0371; -0.2957 (Maulden Wood)
    TL 170390
149 368 SSSI[11] FC[12]
5 Odell Great Wood   Green tickY 52°13′15″N 0°35′56″W / 52.2209°N 0.599°W / 52.2209; -0.599 (Odell Great Wood)
    SP 958590
86 212 SSSI[13] Local Gov[14]
6 Potton Wood   Green tickY 52°08′09″N 0°10′20″W / 52.1359°N 0.1721°W / 52.1359; -0.1721 (Potton Wood)
    TL 252502
85 210 SSSI[15] FC[16]
7 Southill Lake And Woods   Red XN 52°04′18″N 0°20′12″W / 52.0718°N 0.3367°W / 52.0718; -0.3367 (Southill Lake And Woods)
    TL 141428
25 62 SSSI[17]
8 Swineshead Wood   Green tickY 52°17′21″N 0°26′45″W / 52.2891°N 0.4459°W / 52.2891; -0.4459 (Swineshead Wood)
    TL 061668
21 52 SSSI[18] WT[19]

Berkshire[edit]

Muddy track through ancient trees in winter
Track through Windsor Forest
Ancient Woods in Berkshire
Ashridge Wood
1
Bisham Woods
2
Bowdown and Chamberhouse Woods
3
Catmore And Winterly Copses
4
Combe Wood and Linkenholt Hanging
5
Coombe Wood, Frilsham
6
Enborne Copse
7
Great Thrift Wood
8
Irish Hill Copse
9
Kennet Valley Alderwoods
10
Kings Copse
11
Moor Copse
12
Redhill Wood
13
Snelsmore Common
14
Windsor Great Park
15
Berkshire ancient woods

Berkshire has woodland covering 18,304 ha (45,230 acres), which is 14.5% of its land area.[20] The woodlands listed below are all ancient woods of 10 ha (25 acres) or more, and these cover some 2,403 ha (5,940 acres). A major proportion of the area is the area of woodland along the Surrey and Buckinghamshire borders. This is Windsor Great Park and Forest, and as well as the woodland area listed here, it has vast tracts of heath and parkland.[21] Also in the east of the county are woodlands on the southern end of the Chiltern Hills. The great majority of the woods listed are in West Berkshire and follow the line of the chalk hills across the county.[22]

Neighbouring counties
Wilts. Oxen. Bucks. Bucks.
Wilts. Berkshire. London.
Wilts. Hants. Surrey
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The principal Ancient Woods in Berkshire
No. Name Public Access Location Area References
Ha Acres
1 Ashridge Wood    51°30′08″N 1°16′52″W / 51.5023°N 1.281°W / 51.5023; -1.281 (Ashridge Wood)
    SU500784
16 40 SSSI[23]
2 Bisham Woods   Green tickY 51°33′27″N 0°46′00″W / 51.5574°N 0.7666°W / 51.5574; -0.7666 (Bisham Woods)
    SU856850
84 208 SSSI[24] WT[25]
3 Bowdown and Chamberhouse Woods   Green tickY 51°23′07″N 1°16′12″W / 51.3854°N 1.2699°W / 51.3854; -1.2699 (Bowdown and Chamberhouse Woods)
    SU509654
67 166 SSSI[26] BBOWT[27]
4 Catmore and Winterly Copses    51°23′27″N 1°27′45″W / 51.3909°N 1.4624°W / 51.3909; -1.4624 (Catmore And Winterly Copses)
    SU375659
25 62 SSSI[28]
5 Combe Wood And Linkenholt Hanging    51°18′59″N 1°29′21″W / 51.3164°N 1.4891°W / 51.3164; -1.4891 (Combe Wood And Linkenholt Hanging)
    SU357576
108 267 SSSI[29]
6 Coombe Wood, Frilsham    51°27′28″N 1°13′01″W / 51.4579°N 1.217°W / 51.4579; -1.217 (Coombe Wood, Frilsham)
    SU545735
20 49 SSSI[30]
7 Enborne Copse    51°23′32″N 1°22′45″W / 51.3923°N 1.3791°W / 51.3923; -1.3791 (Enborne Copse)
    SU433661
12 30 SSSI[31]
8 Great Thrift Wood    51°29′46″N 0°44′48″W / 51.496°N 0.7467°W / 51.496; -0.7467 (Great Thrift Wood)
    SU871782
14 35 SSSI[32]
9 Irish Hill Copse    51°24′02″N 1°25′09″W / 51.4006°N 1.4192°W / 51.4006; -1.4192 (Irish Hill Copse)
    SU405670
16 40 SSSI[33]
10 Kennet Valley Alderwoods    51°24′18″N 1°25′35″W / 51.4051°N 1.4263°W / 51.4051; -1.4263 (Kennet Valley Alderwoods)
    SU400675
55 136 SSSI[34]
11 King's Copse    51°25′53″N 1°10′17″W / 51.4315°N 1.1714°W / 51.4315; -1.1714 (King's Copse)
    SU577706
14 35 SSSI[35]
12 Redhill Wood    51°22′44″N 1°23′37″W / 51.3789°N 1.3936°W / 51.3789; -1.3936 (Redhill Wood)
    SU423646
30 74 SSSI[36]
13 Snelsmore Common   Green tickY 51°26′10″N 1°20′23″W / 51.4361°N 1.3396°W / 51.4361; -1.3396 (Snelsmore Common)
    SU460710
103 255 SSSI[37] Local Gov[38]
14 Windsor Forest And Great Park   Green tickY 51°26′54″N 0°38′55″W / 51.4482°N 0.6487°W / 51.4482; -0.6487 (Windsor Great Park)
    SU940730
1777 4391 SSSI[39] Crown Estate[40][41]


Avon Gorge Wood
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Neighbouring counties
Estuary Glocs. Glocs.
Somerset City of Bristol Glocs.
Somerset Somerset Somerset

There is only one sizeable area of Ancient Woodland within Bristol. The Avon Gorge SSSI is partly within the city boundary,[42] but the woodland is mainly in Somerset, so is covered under that county.

Buckinghamshire[edit]

Druids Oak, the oldest tree in Burnham Beeches
Entrance to Bernwood Forest

9.4% of the land area of Buckinghamshire is Woodland.[43]

C[edit]

Cambridgeshire[edit]

Entrance to Monks Wood, Cambridgeshire

The ancient woods listed here are those over 10 ha (25 acres). With one exception, these are all SSSIs.[44] The woods are distributed very unevenly. Large areas of the fenland in the north-eastern side of the county have none. There are significant numbers in the south, toward Suffolk. More of the woods are found in the western half of the county, with three near Peterborough.

Ancient Woods in Cambridgeshire
Aversley Wood
1
Balsham Wood
2
Bedford Purlieus NNR
3
Brampton Wood
4
Buff Wood
5
Carlton Wood
6
Gamlingay Wood
7
Hardwick Wood
8
Hayley Wood
9
Kingston Wood and Outliers
10
Langley Wood
11
Little Paxton Wood
12
Madingley Wood
13
Monks Wood NNR
14
Out and Plunder Woods
15
Over and Lawn Woods
16
Perry Woods
17
Ten Wood
18
Thorpe Wood
19
Warboy's And Wistow Woods
20
Waresley Wood
21
Weaveley and Sand Woods
22
West, Abbot's and Lound Woods
23
Cambridgeshire ancient woods
Path through Buff Wood, Cambridgeshire
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The principal Ancient Woods in Cambridgeshire
No. Name Public Access Location & map links Area References
Ha Acres
1 Aversley Wood   Green tickY 52°25′25″N 0°17′28″W / 52.4236°N 0.2911°W / 52.4236; -0.2911 (Aversley Wood)
    TL163820
61 151 SSSI[45] WT[46][47]
2 Balsham Wood    52°07′19″N 0°19′11″E / 52.1219°N 0.3196°E / 52.1219; 0.3196 (Balsham Wood)
    TL589496
35 85 SSSI[48]
3 Bedford Purlieus NNR   Green tickY 52°35′00″N 0°27′49″W / 52.5833°N 0.4635°W / 52.5833; -0.4635 (Bedford Purlieus NNR)
    TL042995
208 514 SSSI[49] NNR[50] FC[51]
4 Brampton Wood   Green tickY 52°19′02″N 0°16′13″W / 52.3172°N 0.2703°W / 52.3172; -0.2703 (Brampton Wood)
    TL180702
132 326 SSSI[52] BCNPWT[53]
5 Buff Wood   Green tickY 52°08′10″N 0°07′36″W / 52.1361°N 0.1268°W / 52.1361; -0.1268 (Buff Wood)
    TL283503
16 39 SSSI[54] BCNPWT[55]
6 Carlton Wood    52°09′02″N 0°24′58″E / 52.15051°N 0.4161°E / 52.15051; 0.4161 (Carlton Wood)
    TL654530
10 25 SSSI[56]
7 Gamlingay Wood   Green tickY 52°09′57″N 0°11′08″W / 52.1658°N 0.1855°W / 52.1658; -0.1855 (Gamlingay Wood)
    TL242535
46 114 SSSI[57] BCNPWT[58]
8 Hardwick Wood   Green tickY 52°11′57″N 0°01′13″W / 52.1991°N 0.0203°W / 52.1991; -0.0203 (Hardwick Wood)
    TL354575
17 42 SSSI[59] BCNPWT[60]
9 Hayley Wood   Green tickY 52°09′33″N 0°06′51″W / 52.1593°N 0.1141°W / 52.1593; -0.1141 (Hayley Wood)
    TL291529
52 129 SSSI[61] BCNPWT[62]
10 Kingston Wood and Outliers    52°10′06″N 0°03′50″W / 52.1684°N 0.064°W / 52.1684; -0.064 (Kingston Wood and Outliers)
    TL325540
49 121 SSSI[63]
11 Langley Wood    52°03′24″N 0°20′33″E / 52.0567°N 0.3424°E / 52.0567; 0.3424 (Langley Wood)
    TL607424
31 77 SSSI[64]
12 Little Paxton Wood    52°15′26″N 0°17′14″W / 52.2572°N 0.2872°W / 52.2572; -0.2872 (Little Paxton Wood)
    TL170635
45 111 SSSI[65]
13 Madingley Wood    52°13′00″N 0°02′57″E / 52.2168°N 0.0493°E / 52.2168; 0.0493 (Madingley Wood)
    TL401596
15 38 SSSI[66]
14 Monks Wood NNR    52°24′18″N 0°14′15″W / 52.4049°N 0.2375°W / 52.4049; -0.2375 (Monks Wood NNR)
    TL200800
170 420 SSSI[67] NNR[50]
15 Out and Plunder Woods    52°10′03″N 0°25′33″E / 52.1674°N 0.4258°E / 52.1674; 0.4258 (Out and Plunder Woods)
    TL660549
28 69 SSSI[68]
16 Over and Lawn Woods    52°06′35″N 0°23′15″E / 52.1097°N 0.3876°E / 52.1097; 0.3876 (Over and Lawn Woods)
    TL636484
45 111 SSSI[69]
17 Perry Woods    52°17′06″N 0°20′15″W / 52.2849°N 0.3375°W / 52.2849; -0.3375 (Perry Woods)
    TL135665
67 165 SSSI[70]
18 Ten Wood    52°10′31″N 0°25′56″E / 52.1754°N 0.4321°E / 52.1754; 0.4321 (Ten Wood)
    TL664558
17 42 SSSI[71]
19 Thorpe Wood   Green tickY 52°34′22″N 0°17′28″W / 52.5729°N 0.2912°W / 52.5729; -0.2912 (Thorpe Wood)
    TL159986
12 28 SSSI[72] BCNPWT[73]
20 Warboy's And Wistow Woods    52°25′11″N 0°05′18″W / 52.4196°N 0.0883°W / 52.4196; -0.0883 (Warboy's And Wistow Woods)
    TL301819
42 103 SSSI[74]
21 Waresley Wood    52°10′37″N 0°09′21″W / 52.177°N 0.1558°W / 52.177; -0.1558 (Waresley Wood)
    T 262548
62 153 SSSI[75]
22 Weaveley and Sand Woods    52°10′21″N 0°12′31″W / 52.1724°N 0.2086°W / 52.1724; -0.2086 (Weaveley and Sand Woods)
    TL226542
76 188 SSSI[76]
23 West, Abbot's and Lound Woods    52°35′54″N 0°26′11″W / 52.5983°N 0.4364°W / 52.5983; -0.4364 (West, Abbot's and Lound Woods)
    TF060012
51 126 SSSI[77]

Cheshire[edit]

Ancient Woods in Cheshire
Peckforton Hills
1
Roe Park Woods
2
Wettenhall And Darnhall Woods
3
Wimboldsley Wood
4
Cheshire ancient woods

Cheshire has some 4% of its area under woodland - around half the national average.[78] Since 1994 the Mersey Community Forest has been promoting new woodland planting within the Merseyside and Cheshire region to alleviate this deficit, and also better manage the existing woodland to secure its future.[79] Cheshire has less ancient woodland, and in smaller units than most counties. Many of the ancient woodlands survive in steep valleys or cloughs, of small extent.[80] Taylor's Rough, Wellmeadow Wood, Warburton's Wood And Well Wood are examples of clough woodland too small for inclusion in this list. Most of the ancient woodland in the county is in units smaller than 10 ha (25 acres) and 65% of the area is in woods smaller than 5 ha (12 acres).[81] The list below is of ancient woodland larger than 10 ha (25 acres).

Some of the principal Ancient Woods in Cheshire
No. Woodland Public access Grid ref. & map link Area (ha) Area (acre) Citation website
1 Peckforton Woods Yes SJ 523577 54 130 SSSI
2 Roe Park Woods Yes SJ 860585 34.6 85 SSSI Wildlife Trust
3 Wettenhall and Darnhall Woods SJ 640624 52.6 130 SSSI
4 Wimboldsley Wood SJ 675642 19 47 SSSI

City of London[edit]

No Ancient Woodland remains in the City of London although the City of London Corporation are directly responsible for large areas of woodland elsewhere, notably Epping Forest (Essex), Highgate Wood (Greater London) and Burnham Beeches (Bucks)

Cornwall[edit]

Old oak wood near Goodern Manor Farm, Cornwall

The county of Cornwall has woodland representing 7.5% of the Land Area.[82]

Steeple Woods -16.2 Ha (40 acres)[83][84]

Devichoys Wood -16 Ha (40 acres)[85]

Cumbria[edit]

Footpath in Whinfell Forest, Cumbria

9.5% of the land area of Cumbria is woodland.[86]

D[edit]

Derbyshire[edit]

Devon[edit]

Dorset[edit]

Durham[edit]

E[edit]

East Riding of Yorkshire[edit]

East Sussex[edit]

16.7% of the land area of East Sussex is woodland.[108]

Essex[edit]

G[edit]

Gloucestershire[edit]

11.2% of the land area of Gloucestershire is woodland.[122]

Greater London[edit]

Greater Manchester[edit]

H[edit]

Hampshire[edit]

17.7% of the Land Area of Hampshire is woodland.[145]

Herefordshire[edit]

Hertfordshire[edit]

9.5% of Hertfordshire's land area is woodland.[147]

I[edit]

Isle of Wight[edit]

In 2012 the Isle of Wight Biodiversity Partnership commissioned a revised Ancient Woodland Inventory for the island, and this was completed in 2014. This has a list of all identified ancient woodland sites on the Isle of Wight.[151]

K[edit]

Kent[edit]

10.6% of Kent's land area is wooded, and it has more ancient woodland than any other county.[154][155]

L[edit]

Lancashire[edit]

  • Boilton, Nab, Red Scar & Tun Brook woods, Preston

Leicestershire[edit]

Bluebells in the Outwoods, Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire

It is estimated that 2% of Leicestershire's land area is ancient woodland, of which half has been replaced by new plantings in recent times.[177] There are over 100 woods in Leicestershire believed to be ancient.[178] The sites listed below are those over 10 ha (25 acres) in size, and with one exception, all have SSSI status.[179] With one group of woods near Hinckley, in the south-west, the remainder fall into three broad areas. In East Leicestershire, close to the border with Rutland, are the woods near Leighfield Forest, an extensive Royal Forest which straddled the two counties.[180] North west of Leicester are the woods of Charnwood Forest. Further west are the woods of the coal measures toward the border with Derbyshire.

Ancient Woods in Leicestershire
Allexton Wood
1
Buddon Wood, Quorn
2
Burbage and Sheepy Woods
3
Cloud Wood, Breedon
4
Dimminsdale
5
Eye Brook Valley Woods
6
Grace Dieu Wood
7
Hangingstone and Outwoods
8
Launde Big Wood and Launde Park Wood
9
Martinshaw Wood
10
Owston Woods
11
Pasture and Asplin Woods, Breedon
12
Skeffington and Tilton Woods
13
Swithland Wood
14
Leicestershire ancient woods
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Neighbouring counties
Derbys. Notts. Lincs.
Staffs.
Warks.
Leicestershire. Rutland
Warks. Northants. Northants.
Launde Big Wood, Leicestershire, with Launde Wood Farm in the foreground
Some of the principal Ancient Woods in Leicestershire
No. Woodland Public access Location Area (ha) Area (acre) Designation
1 Allexton Wood No 52°35′10″N 0°47′23″W / 52.5862°N 0.7896°W / 52.5862; -0.7896 (Allexton Wood)
    SP 821994
26 64 SSSI[181]
2 Buddon Wood, Quorn No 52°43′31″N 1°10′20″W / 52.7253°N 1.1723°W / 52.7253; -1.1723 (Buddon Wood, Quorn)
    SK560145
45 111 SSSI[182]
3 Burbage and Sheepy Woods Yes 52°32′34″N 1°20′01″W / 52.5429°N 1.3335°W / 52.5429; -1.3335 (Burbage and Sheepy Woods)
    SP 453941
52 128 SSSI[183] Local Gov.[184]
4 Cloud Wood, Breedon Yes 52°47′19″N 1°22′59″W / 52.7886°N 1.3831°W / 52.7886; -1.3831 (Cloud Wood, Breedon)
    SK 417214
35 86 SSSI[185] Wildlife Trust[186]
5 Dimminsdale Yes 52°47′33″N 1°26′33″W / 52.7925°N 1.4424°W / 52.7925; -1.4424 (Dimminsdale)
    SK 377 218
16 40 SSSI[187] Wildlife Trust[188]
6 Eye Brook Valley Woods Yes (part) 52°33′26″N 0°46′17″W / 52.5573°N 0.7713°W / 52.5573; -0.7713 (Eye Brook Valley Woods)
    SP 834962
68 168 SSSI[189] Wildlife Trust[190]
7 Grace Dieu Wood 52°44′56″N 1°21′14″W / 52.7489°N 1.354°W / 52.7489; -1.354 (Grace Dieu Wood)
    SK437170
52 128 SSSI[191] National Forest[192]
8 Hangingstone and Out Woods Yes (part) 52°44′37″N 1°14′35″W / 52.7437°N 1.243°W / 52.7437; -1.243 (Outwoods)
    SK 512165
88 217 SSSI[193] Local Gov.[194]
9 Launde Big Wood and Launde Park Wood Yes 52°37′35″N 0°50′20″W / 52.6263°N 0.8388°W / 52.6263; -0.8388 (Launde Big Wood and Launde Park Wood)
    SK 787038
80 198 SSSI[195] Wildlife Trust[196]
10 Martinshaw Wood Yes 52°39′36″N 1°14′51″W / 52.6601°N 1.2474°W / 52.6601; -1.2474 (Martinshaw Wood)
    SK510072
103 255 Woodland Trust[197]
11 Owston Woods 52°39′02″N 0°50′01″W / 52.6505°N 0.8337°W / 52.6505; -0.8337 (Owston Woods)
    SK 790065
141 348 SSSI[198]
12 Pasture and Asplin Woods, Breedon 52°47′25″N 1°22′11″W / 52.7903°N 1.3697°W / 52.7903; -1.3697 (Pasture and Asplin Woods, Breedon)
    SK 426216
42 104 SSSI[199]
13 Skeffington and Tilton Woods (Leighfield Forest) 52°37′00″N 0°52′07″W / 52.6167°N 0.8685°W / 52.6167; -0.8685 (Skeffington and Tilton Woods)
    SK 767027
153 378 SSSI[200]
14 Swithland Wood Yes 52°42′27″N 1°12′13″W / 52.7075°N 1.2037°W / 52.7075; -1.2037 (Swithland Wood)
    SK 539125
75 185 SSSI[201][202]

Lincolnshire[edit]

M[edit]

Merseyside[edit]

N[edit]

Norfolk[edit]

North Yorkshire[edit]

Northamptonshire[edit]

A Panoramic in the north-east of Bucknell Wood, part of Whittlewood Forest

The ancient woods of Northants are concentrated towards the south and west of the county, to that region bordering Bucks, Oxford and Beds. Many are managed by the Forestry Commission, although others are in private hands. They tend to occur on limestone soils in elevated country, and exhibit a diversity of habitats.

Northumberland[edit]

Nottinghamshire[edit]

O[edit]

Oxfordshire[edit]

Young coppice at Out Wood, Oxfordshire

The ancient woods of Oxfordshire are concentrated in three distinct areas. In the south are woods of the Chiltern Hills. A second cluster lies to the east of Oxford. The Cotswolds woods on the western side of the county include those in the Royal Forest of Wychwood. Oxfordshire has nearly 18,000 ha (44,000 acres) of woodland in total (6.9% of its area), two-thirds of which are in woods of over 10 ha (25 acres). 1,839 ha (4,540 acres) of woodland is represented in the 17 ancient woods listed below. Some 6,000 ha (15,000 acres) of woodland is split among the 3,390 woods smaller than 10 ha.[223] Many of these smaller woods may be ancient, but are not covered by this list. The list here covers woods of over 10 ha with SSSI status.[224]

Ancient Woods in Oxfordshire
1
1
Bear, Oveys and Great Bottom Woods
2
Bould Wood
3
Harpsden Wood
4
Holly Wood
5
Holton Wood
6
Lambridge Wood
7
Out Wood
8
Pishill Woods
9
Sarsgrove Wood
10
Stanton Great Wood
11
Sturt Copse
12
Waterperry Wood
13
Whitecross Green and Oriel Woods
14
Woodeaton Wood
15
Wychwood
16
Wytham Woods
17
Oxfordshire ancient woods
Wychwood Forest, Oxfordshire
Some of the principal Ancient Woods in Oxfordshire
No. Woodland Public access Location & map link Area (ha) Area (acre) Status
1 Aston Rowant Woods Yes (part) 51°40′46″N 0°55′00″W / 51.6794°N 0.9166°W / 51.6794; -0.9166 (Aston Rowant Woods)
    SU750984
26 64 SSSI[225]
2 Bear, Oveys and Great Bottom Woods 51°33′02″N 1°00′07″W / 51.5506°N 1.0019°W / 51.5506; -1.0019 (Bear, Oveys and Great Bottom Woods)
    SU693840
45 111 SSSI[226]
3 Bould Wood 51°52′55″N 1°38′02″W / 51.882°N 1.634°W / 51.882; -1.634 (Bould Wood)
    SP253205
52 128 SSSI[227]
4 Harpsden Wood Yes 51°31′03″N 0°54′17″W / 51.5174°N 0.9046°W / 51.5174; -0.9046 (Harpsden Wood)
    SU761804
35 86 SSSI[228]
Woodland Trust[229]
5 Holly Wood LNR 51°47′08″N 1°08′56″W / 51.7856°N 1.149°W / 51.7856; -1.149 (Holly Wood LNR)
    SP588100
16 40 SSSI[230]
6 Holton Wood 51°46′03″N 1°07′39″W / 51.7674°N 1.1276°W / 51.7674; -1.1276 (Holton Wood)
    SP603080
68 168 SSSI[231]
7 Lambridge Wood 51°33′17″N 0°56′34″W / 51.5546°N 0.9427°W / 51.5546; -0.9427 (Lambridge Wood)
    SU734845
52 128 SSSI[232]
8 Out Wood 51°53′03″N 1°24′31″W / 51.8843°N 1.4086°W / 51.8843; -1.4086 (Out Wood)
    SP408208
88 217 SSSI[233]
9 Pishill Woods 51°36′19″N 0°58′08″W / 51.6052°N 0.969°W / 51.6052; -0.969 (Pishill Woods)
    SU715901
80 198 SSSI[234]
10 Sarsgrove Wood 51°54′59″N 1°33′29″W / 51.9164°N 1.558°W / 51.9164; -1.558 (Sarsgrove Wood)
    SP305243
103 255 SSSI[235]
11 Stanton Great Wood 51°46′45″N 1°08′57″W / 51.7793°N 1.1491°W / 51.7793; -1.1491 (Stanton Great Wood)
    SP588093
141 348 SSSI[236]
12 Sturt Copse 51°49′56″N 1°25′15″W / 51.8322°N 1.4209°W / 51.8322; -1.4209 (Sturt Copse)
    SP400150
42 104 SSSI[237]
13 Waterperry Wood 51°46′35″N 1°07′28″W / 51.7764°N 1.1245°W / 51.7764; -1.1245 (Waterperry Wood)
    SP605090
153 378 SSSI[238]
14 Whitecross Green and Oriel Woods 51°49′30″N 1°07′35″W / 51.825°N 1.1265°W / 51.825; -1.1265 (Whitecross Green and Oriel Woods)
    SP603144
75 185 SSSI[239]
Wildlife Trust[240]
15 Woodeaton Wood 51°47′51″N 1°20′56″W / 51.7976°N 1.3488°W / 51.7976; -1.3488 (Woodeaton Wood)
    SP450112
976 2,412 SSSI[241]
16 Wychwood 51°50′23″N 1°31′10″W / 51.8398°N 1.5195°W / 51.8398; -1.5195 (Wychwood)
    SP332158
530 1,310 SSSI[242]
Wildlife Trust[243] Wychwood Project[244]
17 Wytham Woods 51°46′17″N 1°19′54″W / 51.7715°N 1.3318°W / 51.7715; -1.3318 (Wytham Woods)
    SP462083
61 151 SSSI[245]

R[edit]

Rutland[edit]

S[edit]

Shropshire[edit]

Somerset[edit]

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Somerset is a rural county of rolling hills such as the Blackdown Hills, Mendip Hills, Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park, and large flat expanses of land including the Somerset Levels. Many of the woodland areas have been designated as SSSIs with some being managed by the Avon Wildlife Trust or Somerset Wildlife Trust. Woodland covers seven per cent of the land area of the county.[252]

Some of the principal Ancient Woods in Somerset
Woodland Public access Coordinates and map link Area (ha) Area (acre) Designation 'Citations
Aller and Beer Woods 51°04′15″N 2°51′07″W / 51.0707°N 2.8520°W / 51.0707; -2.8520 (Aller and Beer Woods) 56.9 141 SSSI [253][254]
Asham Wood 51°12′45″N 2°25′25″W / 51.2124°N 2.4237°W / 51.2124; -2.4237 (Asham Wood) 140.6 347 SSSI [255]
Cheddar Wood Permit required 51°17′36″N 2°47′50″W / 51.2932°N 2.7973°W / 51.2932; -2.7973 (Cheddar Wood) 86.9 215 SSSI [256]
Cogley Wood 51°06′32″N 2°25′32″W / 51.1090°N 2.4256°W / 51.1090; -2.4256 (Cogley Wood) 60.7 150 SSSI [257]
Dunkery and Horner Woods Yes 51°09′43″N 3°35′15″W / 51.1619°N 3.5874°W / 51.1619; -3.5874 (Dunkery and Horner Woods) 1,604 3,964 SSSI, NNR [258]
Edford Woods and Meadows 51°14′05″N 2°28′52″W / 51.2347°N 2.4812°W / 51.2347; -2.4812 (Edford Woods and Meadows) 54.3 134 SSSI [259]
Great Breach and Copley Woods 51°05′06″N 2°42′55″W / 51.0851°N 2.7152°W / 51.0851; -2.7152 (Great Breach and Copley Woods) 64.8 160 SSSI [260]
Harridge Wood [261]
Hawkcombe Woods 51°12′06″N 3°35′36″W / 51.2017°N 3.5933°W / 51.2017; -3.5933 (Hawkcombe Woods) 101 250 Proposed NNR [262]
North Exmoor Yes 51°10′25″N 3°43′04″W / 51.1736°N 3.7179°W / 51.1736; -3.7179 (North Exmoor) 12,005.3 29,666 SSSI [263]
Leigh Woods Yes 51°27′47″N 2°38′21″W / 51.4631°N 2.6392°W / 51.4631; -2.6392 (Leigh Woods) 155.4 384 SSSI, NNR [264][265][266][267]
Limebreach Wood 51°26′59″N 2°46′11″W / 51.4498°N 2.7698°W / 51.4498; -2.7698 (Limebreach Wood) [268]
Longleat Woods 51°11′25″N 2°17′41″W / 51.1903°N 2.2947°W / 51.1903; -2.2947 (Longleat Woods) 249.9 618 SSSI [269]
Long Dole Wood and Meadows 51°18′13″N 2°33′39″W / 51.3036°N 2.5608°W / 51.3036; -2.5608 (Long Dole Wood and Meadows) 9.8 24 SSSI [270]
Neroche Forest 50°56′15″N 3°02′12″W / 50.9375°N 3.0367°W / 50.9375; -3.0367 (Neroche Forest) [271]
Postlebury Wood 51°11′08″N 2°22′24″W / 51.1856°N 2.3734°W / 51.1856; -2.3734 (Postlebury Wood) 87 215 SSSI [272]
Prior's Park & Adcombe Wood 50°56′50″N 3°06′09″W / 50.9471°N 3.1026°W / 50.9471; -3.1026 (Prior's Park & Adcombe Wood) 103.6 256 SSSI [273]
Sparkford Wood 51°02′44″N 2°33′12″W / 51.0455°N 2.5534°W / 51.0455; -2.5534 (Sparkford Wood) 8.4 21 SSSI [274]
Thurlbear Wood and Quarrylands 50°59′01″N 3°02′29″W / 50.9837°N 3.0413°W / 50.9837; -3.0413 (Thurlbear Wood and Quarrylands) 26.7 66 SSSI [275]
Towerhouse Wood 51°26′39″N 2°45′22″W / 51.4441°N 2.7561°W / 51.4441; -2.7561 (Towerhouse Wood) [276]
Twinhills Woods and Meadows 51°11′11″N 2°38′02″W / 51.1863°N 2.6338°W / 51.1863; -2.6338 (Twinhills Woods and Meadows) 21.2 52 SSSI [277]
Weston Big Wood Yes 51°28′17″N 2°47′10″W / 51.4713°N 2.7860°W / 51.4713; -2.7860 (Weston Big Wood) 37.48 93 SSSI [278][279]

South Yorkshire[edit]

Staffordshire[edit]

Suffolk[edit]

Surrey[edit]

22.4% of the Land Area of Surrey is woodland [294] this makes it the most wooded county in England.[154]

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Tyne and Wear[edit]

W[edit]

Warwickshire[edit]

West Midlands[edit]

West Sussex[edit]

18.9% of West Sussex's land area is woodland.[309]

West Yorkshire[edit]

Wiltshire[edit]

Worcestershire[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

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