Denge Wood :: Shared Description

Denge Wood is a wood located 8 miles southwest of Canterbury in Kent, England. The wood is owned by the Forestry Commission and the Woodland Trust. Part of the wood is also privately owned. Much of Denge Wood is classified as ancient semi-natural woodland suggesting it has been in existence since at least 1600AD and probably longer. See LinkExternal link for Woodland Trust website page. See also LinkExternal link
for Forestry Commission website page.
by David Anstiss
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TR0952 : Oak Tree in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR0952 : Footpath junction in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1052 : Unusual tree growth by David Anstiss
TR1050 : Clearing in Denge Wood by Oast House Archive
TR0952 : Footpath near Penny Pot Lane by David Anstiss
TR1052 : Entrance to the Warren, Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1050 : Denge Wood by Oast House Archive
TR0952 : Denge Wood earthwork ditch by David Anstiss
TR1050 : Denge Wood by Oast House Archive
TR0952 : Footpath in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1051 : Footpath in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1052 : Denge Wood Information Board by David Anstiss
TR1050 : Coppicers track in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1051 : Coppiced Trees within Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR0950 : Parking area on Penny Pot lane by Oast House Archive
TR1052 : Footpath in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR0950 : Denge Wood by Oast House Archive
TR1050 : Footpath and track junction in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR0953 : Bridleway in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1052 : Stile near Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1050 : Track junction in Denge Wood by Oast House Archive
TR1050 : Track and footpath in Denge Wood by David Anstiss
TR1053 : Footpath in Penny Pot Wood by David Anstiss
TR1050 : A footpath in Denge Wood meets an access track by David Anstiss
TR1050 : Denge Wood information board by Oast House Archive

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Created: Mon, 4 Jan 2010, Updated: Tue, 5 Jan 2010

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