Bunny Old Wood (West)

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Bunny Old Wood (West) photograph
Bunny Old Wood (West)

Bunny Old Wood (West)

Bunny Old Wood is one of the oldest natural features of the South Nottinghamshire landscape - the north-facing slope is likely to have been tree-covered for over 10,000 years. A great place to visit, especially in spring and summer when you'll see many colourful ancient woodland flowers such as bluebell, wood anemone and yellow archangel.
All three woodpeckers and other woodland birds including tawny owl pictured.

The main entrance is on Bunny Hill off the A60 Loughborough Road, (SK 579283). There is a public footpath to the east of the Silver Seal Mine entrance (SK583292) at Bunny, and access is also available from Wysall Lane (SK 596287). Parking is available inside the main gates. For SatNav purposes use NG11 6QQ, NG11 6QH or NG11 6QG and following the directions above.

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