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: 15


    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.


    The records and images below may include those from adjacent sites if the grid reference submitted with these records overlaps the boundary of this Wild Place.

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    Group Common name Latin name Last seen
    BirdsBlue TitCyanistes caeruleus08/02/2020
    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