Managed by: Uckfield Town Council
Is a lovely 5 hectare site acquired by the Town Council in 1991. It is an ancient semi- natural woodland containing a variety of venerable oak trees and coppiced species including hornbeam, hazel and ash.
Access improvements have been made to steps and bridges and benches have been installed. A wide variety of interesting flora and fauna can be seen throughout the year including a fantastic display of bluebells in late Spring, grass snakes, woodland birds including nuthatches and treecreepers and a variety of dragonflies, butterflies and other insect life. The site has a rich history: evidence of old boundary banks, sunken tracks and abandoned mine pits can be seen.
All Weather Walking Routes - Sensible footwear required in wet/winter months
Car parking - At Victoria Pleasure Ground
Toilets - Nearest toilet facilities at Victoria Pleasure Ground, which are 24/7 and changing facilities.