We are pleased to have recently been able to open 2 new walks in the woods bordering the Cleddau Estuary. These peaceful and scenic paths have abundant wildlife including squirrels and butterflies, and often otters can be spotted in the estuary. Our bluebell walk is a beautiful sea of blue during the spring months and our Stanley Neale treetop walk takes you on a loop looking down on the wooded valley. The Walk on the Wild side has children play equiptment and a growing willow arch to explore.

Hoods wood is an ancient area of woodland with an abundance of listed veteran trees, native Oaks and Ashes many of which are over 500 years old. There is thick canopy of leaves with a magical carpet of bluebells, wood anenomies and wild Garlic. It is one of the few remaining pockets of
ancient woodland in the county. The perfect place to reconnect with nature.