Waresley and Gransden Woods are adjoining ancient Oak and Ash woods, which are home to many breeding birds and wild flowers. The wildflowers attract many insects and over 500 species of Moth and Butterflies have been recorded in the woodlands.
There are many open grassy areas and during the springtime the ground is carpeted with fantastic Bluebells, Violets and Oxlips. The Bluebells attract many visitors from the surrounding area to view this must see spring sight.
The woods are managed by The Wildlife Trusts and locally supported by our voluntary warden.
Please take a look at his website below for more details and photos of our woods.