Activities at Webb's Wood

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Activities at Webb's Wood

Man walking dog through autumnal forest
Walking at Webb's Wood

Nearby forests

Grass meadow with wildflowers

Somerford Common is the perfect location for a peaceful countryside walk.

The woodland is important to an array of wildlife, particularly butterflies. 

A forest track through a mixed forest

Planted in the 1990s on an former agricultural site, Nightingale Wood is a community woodland that supports a large variety of wildlife, especially birds.

Make sure to bring your binoculars - you never know what you may spot! 

Choose from three easy access trails for a peaceful outdoor walk, pause for a picnic, and explore the play equipment, funded by the Great Western Community Forest project.

Drive through Savernake forest under tree canopy

Located south of Marlborough, Savernake Forest is rich in history and has lots to explore. It is a Special Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI) as well as a registered important historic park, making it the perfect forest for an exciting and educational day out. 

Forest floor full of bluebells at West Woods

Located south of Marlborough, West Woods is a beautiful ancient woodland site. 

The woodland becomes very popular in late spring due to the fantastic displays of bluebells which carpet the forest floor in certain areas.

There is a good network of walking trails including an easy access route for you to explore. Please help us protect the forest by only cycling on stone-surfaced forest roads and bridleways.

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