Barnett's Wood Local Nature Reserve :: Shared Description
Barnett’s Wood is a diverse, 12ha Local Nature Reserve, designated in 1988, containing ancient broadleaf woodland, flower rich meadows, hedges and ponds. As well as a sculpture trail and woodland walks. The woodland has been managed by coppicing and used for charcoal production. Historically the charcoal was used in the local gunpowder industry.
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Created: Mon, 18 Oct 2010, Updated: Mon, 18 Oct 2010
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