Little Haven Nature Reserve and Tile Wood

A pleasant walk  through Little Haven Nature Reserve and Tile Wood.

Stroll up Western Road to the corner where Ann’s Mini Market is, cross the road and enter the field by the gate. Good signage and information board.

Across the field, some posts have markers to guide you on the ‘Seven Wood Walk’, you will see some coppicing has taken place and watch out for the ant nests.
There is a gate into a field where sometimes during the year cattle graze, hence the water troughs.

Back to the footpath and wander into Tile Wood; in Springtime  admire the bluebells.
Not too many folk around at the moment, so there is no problem keeping ‘two supermarket trolleys’ apart (an early Social Distancing guideline ).

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  • Nice post, Graham; fantastic woods all around the Heath. I walked this reserve and in one hour found 31 different fungi. It said on the phone app 30 of them were highly toxic. Tile Wood was the home of Jack the Tramp of Dawes Heath woods.

    By Roger Shinn Dawes Heath Boye (30/10/2020)

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