Information about Woodheys park!

Monday, 05 May 2008 Web-Editor Woodheys woods area is split into two seperate eco-systems at the far end of the park between Pinkey childrens play area and Sinderland brook. These are split by the walkway to Sinderland Brook entrance at that part of the park which leads out towards Broadheath and De Quincey park. The woods themselves were created in the 1970’s on farmland and as such is a managed woodland area.

We have a woodland trail which snakes it’s way round and through one half of the woods. This wood is mainly willow and as such is marshland encouraging many different animals and birdlife into the park. Foxes, Squirrels and Barn owls are just some of the regular visitors spotted from our woodland trail on a regular basis.

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