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Explore Roughleys Wood & Broom's Cross
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Formerly farmland, this low lying woodland now sits next to the equally impressive Lunt Meadows.

Home to water voles and great for birding, this mix of open habitat has something for everyone.

Broom's Cross is named after the ancient Broom's Cross Coffin Trail and the original base to the cross can still be seen to this day.

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Last updated: 10th July 2018

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What's Here?

  • Dogs
  • Ancient Monuments
  • Running
  • Walking
  • Parking
  • Limited on road parking only.
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Location

OS Grid ref: SD34190158

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Contact

Delamere Office

07808 506308
delamere@forest-explorers.co.uk

Opening & Parking

Parking
Limited on road parking only.
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