management plan

The whole of Collinwood Park is a Site of Special Scientific since 1966 – the reasons for which are cited as

“A nationally important woodland site selected as an outstanding example of damp calcifuge lime woodland in western Britain, complementing the Lincolnshire lime coppices but differing from them in the species of oak present. The site overlies clay soils and slopes gently towards the alluvial¬† plain of the River Leadon”

When the current owner took over this part of the woods, there was no