Selwyns Wood

A mixture of woodland types with heathy glades and streams

Selwyns Wood is a small mixed semi natural woodland near the town of Heathfield, mainly Oak, Birch and Sweet Chestnut, but with a few old big Beech trees. It is nestled in a south facing valley with three streams running through it, one of which has developed into a typical Wealden ghyll stream. There is also a small open area dominated by Heather, a characteristic feature of woodlands in this part of Sussex.

TN21 0QN
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11 hectares

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