Georgina's Wood, Appleby Magna

    Map key:

    • Selected Wild Place = PINK
    • Other Wild Places = RED
    • Public Rights of Way = GREEN
    • VC55 boundary = BLUE
    Getting There

    The site is located to the north of Appleby Magna, and is connected to the A42 via Tamworth Road. The wood can be accessed from Measham Road, towards the south end. With an absence of surfaced pathways, the wood is not suitable for pushchairs.

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    Managed By
    The Woodland Trust
    Wild places

    Total species seen at this site: 0


    Covering an area of 0.98 ha (2.42 acres), Georgina's Wood is a small woodland bordered by the Tamworth Road to the north and Measham Road to the east. It was planted in 1996 with native broad-leaved trees, predominantly Oak, Ash, and Wild Cherry. The former pasture was donated by a former Head Master of Appleby Magna School, who wanted a new native woodland planted in memory of his late wife Georgina.

    • Woodland Trust Site
    • Open access
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