Denge and Eggringe Woods and Bonsai Bank

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  • Parking
  • Dog waste bins
  • Dogs allowed

Denge and Eggringe Woods are great places for walking and horse-riding. Although, a part of the woods is privately owned, the land that is owned by the Woodland Trust and Forestry Commission is open access and has a good network of footpaths, bridleways and byways. Much of Denge Wood is classified as ancient semi-natural woodland and some areas are used for economic activity such as forestry. Another part of the wood is a nature reserve known as Bonsai Bank due to the unsuccessful crop of rather stunted conifers growing there. There is a small car park on Penny Pot Lane, the road between Eggringe Wood and Denge Wood, and various paths lead into the forest from here.

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