Bagworth Wood

Selected Wild Place / Other Wild Places / Public Rights of Way / VC55 boundary


Private but with public rights of way.

Wild places

Total species seen at this site:


This wood lies to the north-west of Bagworth village. The 26ha wood was a National Forest Company Tender Scheme winner in 2000. The woodland is predominantly a commercial poplar crop with woody shrubs to add diversity and wildlife habitat.  A large area of wetland has been retained.  Groups of native Black Poplar have been planted in the wetter areas by the pond.

A permissive riding route has been created around the perimeter of part of the site and a new dedicated footpath links existing Rights of Way across the site to those to the west.

Group Common name Latin name Last seen
BirdsBlue TitCyanistes caeruleus08/02/2020
Craneflies, Gnats & MidgesTipula paludosa30/08/2021
FungiHare's-foot InkcapCoprinus lagopus30/08/2021
MothsGolden PigmyStigmella aurella08/02/2020
Slugs & SnailsArion ater agg.14/05/2021
Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersButterfly-bushBuddleja davidii30/08/2021
Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersHybrid Black-poplarPopulus nigra x deltoides = P. x canadensis30/08/2021
Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersBramble agg.Rubus fruticosus agg.08/02/2020
Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersElderSambucus nigra30/08/2021
WildflowersCommon Winter-cressBarbarea vulgaris14/05/2021
WildflowersWood AvensGeum urbanum30/08/2021
WildflowersBristly OxtongueHelminthotheca echioides30/08/2021
WildflowersCommon RagwortJacobaea vulgaris30/08/2021
WildflowersGreater PlantainPlantago major30/08/2021
WildflowersCreeping ButtercupRanunculus repens14/05/2021
WildflowersCommon GroundselSenecio vulgaris14/05/2021