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Explore Jubilee Wood
(Average user rating: 3 unrated 3/5)

Bounded by the River Alt and Dovers Brook, Jubilee Wood is a mix of young and mature native broadleaf woodland, with open swaths of grassland.

The site also plays host to the Trans Pennine Trail.

Keep an eye out for the impressive stone owl sculpture.

 

 

 

What do other visitors say?

3 Stars 3 Stars

Jubilee woods in Sefton is very nice and although quite small has a family of roe deer living there. It is being spoiled though by kids on scrambler bikes tearing up the paths and frightening the deer

Ian Holloway, 10/Feb/2018

Thank you for the nice comments and feedback about the site, it is a lovely woodland. We’ll do our best to keep it special as it matures into a more established woodland.

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Last updated: 10th July 2018

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What's Here?

  • Arts
  • Dogs
  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Trans Pennine Trail
  • Parking
  • On road parking only
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Location

OS Grid ref: SD36360117

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Contact

Delamere Office

0300 067 4340
delamere@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk

Opening & Parking

Parking
On road parking only

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