Things to see & do
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The trees are dressed in the russet tones of autumn and the heath is still clinging onto the last of its colour. Be sure to catch the sun setting from the top of Whiphill wood.
The woods and common at Woolbeding are studded with festive holly, bearing jewel-coloured berries. The clear dark skies here are perfect for some winter star gazing with a flask of hot spiced cider.
Walk off the after effects of the holiday season with a brisk walk in woolbeding parkland. Look out for signs of mammal tracks such as the heart shaped tracks of roe deer.
The drumming calls of the great spotted woodpecker can be heard in woolbeding woods this month. Bright yellow coconut scented flowers start to appear on the thorny gorse bushes.