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Waresley and Gransden Woods

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Grid reference  TL 262 548
Location map  Magic Map
Area of search  Cambridgeshire
Interest  Biological
Area  54 ha
Notification  1983
Waresley and Gransden Woods
Address  Waresley, Sandy SG19 3BA, UK
Hours  Open today ยท Open 24 hoursMondayOpen 24 hoursTuesdayOpen 24 hoursWednesdayOpen 24 hoursThursdayOpen 24 hoursFriday(Good Friday)Open 24 hoursHours might differSaturdayOpen 24 hoursSundayOpen 24 hoursSuggest an edit

Waresley and Gransden Woods is a 50 hectare nature reserve between Waresley and Great Gransden in Cambridgeshire, England. It is managed by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire. The site is a 54.2 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest called Waresley Wood, with slightly different boundaries (but including Gransden Wood).

This ancient woodland is mainly ash, field maple and hazel. There are also rides with diverse flora such as the herbs bush vetch, meadowsweet, greater burnet-saxifrage and self-heal.

There is access by a path from Waresley Road.

References

Waresley and Gransden Woods Wikipedia


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