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Explore Chambers Farm Wood
(Average user rating: 5 unrated 4.8/5)

Chambers Farm Nature Reserve is a facinating place for anyone interested in flora and fauna.

Situated on the site of a medieval woodland it contains ancient limes and a wealth of butterflies. A joy for any nature lover at anytime of the year. There is a small car park. 


 Exciting events and activities

Fancy planting some trees, learning about wild food or getting stuck into something crafty?

Walking in the woods

There is plenty to see in the woods so get your walking boots on and get out there. Try a trail or explore further.

Learning at Chambers Farm Wood 

Chambers Farm Wood offers a fantastic place to learn.

Volunteering opportunities

Ever wanted to plant a tree, coppice some hazel or remove a fence?

What do other visitors say?

4 Stars 4 Stars

Hiya, We had a lovely walk today in the woods, but there was a bit of confusion due to the coloured signposts being quite sparse, some were fallen and dumped in the grass...Also some are at a crossroads along the walk, so you're not sure which way to go...we turned off at the wrong point...I realise that most people visiting the woods will know the walks, bit we are newish and so it was a bit confusing...I really hope you will have the walks marked more clearly the next we visit...other than that, we loved it :)

Fiona Marris, 2/Feb/2014

Hi Fiona, so glad you enjoyed your walk. The issue with the posts has been noted and the work is programmed in to start in the Spring. Hopefully this will solve the problem for you and allow you to enjoy the wood fully. Thanks for your comment.

Forestry Commission Response

will there be another foraging event?

Anonymous, 27/Oct/2013

We will be doing another Fungus Forage walk next October. This event was very popular this year, so I would suggest booking early.

Forestry Commission Response
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Attended the fungus foray this weekend. First time to the lovely chambers farm wood. Was a very interesting two hours although may I suggest there be a limit to the group size and the organizer and fungi enthusiast be a little clearer on the expectations and content of the two hour foray maybe? I learnt alot and found it very enjoyable and interesting once the group had dispersed to single figures. Made me route one of my books out and go and look what is out there. Thanks for the experience :)

toadstool tony, 20/Oct/2013
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What's Here?

  • Dog bin
  • Next to the car park.
  • Dogs
  • Dogs are welcome but please a responsible dog owner.
  • Information
  • At the centre.
  • Parking
  • Near the centre.
  • Picnic
  • Next to the car park.
  • Walking
  • Chambers Farm offers a number of walks from easy access trails to longer country rambles.
  • Toliets
  • At the centre.
More about what's here

Location

OS Grid ref: TF158743

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Contact

Opening & Parking

Parking
Near the centre.

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