Getting around

West Dean Woods, two miles north east of West Dean village, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is also a working woodland on a private estate, and access is restricted to those working the coppice or carrying out scientific research. However, a public bridleway runs along the western edge, and provides the best vantage point to view the daffodils that are at the northern end. There is a parking lay-by close to the bridleway on the minor road.

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