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Explore Hereford Woodlands
(Average user rating: 5 unrated 5/5)

Herefordshire countryside as seen from the Symonds Yat Rock Viewpoint. Forest of Dean


This area is made up of ten woods scattered across Herefordshire.


 They consist of a mix of broadleaf and conifer plantations and include Haugh Wood which is entirely a SSSI and Frith and Conigree woods which are within the Malverns AONB.

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Excellewnt site and wonderful woods

Anonymous, 24/Sep/2016

So pleased you enjoyed your visit

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LoL at Ryan browne, it's a forest. They will tarmac it for you if you give them plenty of notice.

Anonymous, 30/Apr/2016

I enjoy walking different forest in Herefordshire & in the welsh hills, you ask for dog walkers to pick there dog mess up but there are NO bins for any rubbish in any of your forests not even for any rubbish people may have. We have walked in forests in Scotland & yes there are a lot of bins even ones to put dog mess in so if you want people to pick up then supply bins not difficult it is if you did this then people would start to clean up & not drop litter or leave there dog mess

Anonymous, 26/Mar/2016

We can no longer supply bins at all the smaller sites not covered by our litter contractor where people are free to park, we ask that people take all their litter home please.

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