The main, horse-shoe shaped block of forestry extends to 1,300 acres of mainly semi-mature beech, with a mixture of conifers. This block of woodland was formerly let to the Forestry Commission in order to produce timber for the country’s needs during the Second World War. The Trustees repurchased the timber in the late 1980’s and the woodlands have since been managed on a commercial, conservation and sporting basis, using the services of a specialist self-employed woodland consultant, Ian Odin.
Ian Odin – 07917 847 476
General enquiries, please contact Nigel Draffan