Woods and Nature Reserves
Chambers Farm Wood
The largest woodland complex within the Bardney Limewoods National Nature Reserve. The Wood Centre, on-site interpretation and the extensive trail network will help you explore the woodland to the full. Download the Site Guide here.
This wood near Faldingworth is rich in animal and plant life, particularly spring flowers including ancient woodland indicator species such as bluebell, wood anemone and dog’s mercury. Download the Site Guide here.
Cocklode & Great West Woods
These two connecting mixed and diverse woodlands contain excellent examples of wildlife typical of the Bardney Limewoods National Nature Reserve. The Forestry Commission’s Woodland Workout programme undertakes practical conservation work to improve the woodland for wildlife and people. Download the Site Guide here.
Like may of the Limewoods, Southrey Wood is a site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) because of the richness of the plant and animal life found there. It is particularly renowned for its butterflies. Download the Site Guide here.
One of the woodlands in the Bardney Limewoods National Nature Reserve with wide rides and coppiced areas, managed for nature conservation, timber production and wildlife. Download the Site Guide here.
The Woodland Trust have planted two new woodlands adjacent to sites in the National Nature Reserve. Both are open to the public.
Goltho Wood near Wragby hosts some striking sculptures, walks, benches and a picnic area, all set within developing woodland and meadow habitats. Download the Site Guide here.
Halfway between Wragby and Bardney, this new woodland helps extend existing woodlands with diverse habitats and native tree species found locally. Download the Site Guide here.