About Gallowsfield Wood

Gallowsfield Wood is an area of 20 acres of woodland and open space close to the village of Haughley, in Suffolk.

It was established as an area for public use by Suffolk County Council, as part of the 1987 European Year of the Environment.  The aim was to create an entirely new woodland, with the aim of enhancing the landscape whilst encouraging and promoting nature conservation and at the same time demonstrating a number of traditional woodland management techniques.  In 2013 ownership of the wood passed to Haughley Parish Council.

 

4 comments

  1. Pingback: New woodland in Haughley - Suffolk Tree Warden Network
  2. Mike

    Very nice for dog walkers not much wildlife as dear and thesants are pretty much traped they few birds and a little car park for people needing 5 mins

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