Things to see & do
Views, walks and places to relax
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Why not take a gentle walk in the woods? There are lots of paths to follow. Many of the trees you will see started growing here when myxomatosis decimated the rabbit population and the windblown seeds from silver birch grew into young trees that shaded out heathland species.
Look out for rowan (mountain ash), oak, ash & sweet chestnut, as well as our old beech trees, some of which have been pollarded.
Download a leaflet with a marked walk but please note that the signs for the walk are not yet in place.
Go for a walk
The land is a ridge of sand and gravel left by ice and retreating glaciers. In a short stroll you can see eight species of tree and a variety of flowers, birds and insects. But please note that the signs for the walk in the leaflet are not yet in place.
Take a circular walk
Why not follow our circular walk? You will see a wide variety of trees, plants and wildlife.
You will also be able to enjoy some spectacular views over the countryside towards the North Sea.