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Clayfield Copse
 
LNR Type: Urban Fringe
County: Berkshire
Natural England
Regional Team:
South East
Year of Declaration: 1991
Declaring Authority: Reading Borough Council
Area (Ha): Click here to open the site map (new window). Once displayed, click on the site to see area and other details.
Grid Reference: SU 727 772
Location: Caversham Park Road, Caversham. RG4 6AA
Owned by: Reading Borough Council
Managed by: Reading Borough Council
Link to site map: Click here to open the site map from the MAGIC web site.
How to get there: Situated between Kiln Road and Caversham Park Road, off the main A4155 Henley Road.
Visitor facilities: Large car park off Caversham Park Village Road
Can be very muddy in wet season.
Pedestrian entrances off Kiln Road and Foxhill Lane and underpass from Caversham Park village.
Disabled access around Clayfield sculpture trail.
Other footpaths wood chipped or mown.
Seating around woodland and at edge of fields
Dog bins provided.
What to see: Ancient woodland with service trees and a wild pear tree, bluebells, common orchids and wood anenomes. There are ancient boundary banks and ditches and plough baulks can be seen in the woodland.
Volunteer and 'Friends of' groups: Friends of Clayfield Copse.
www.econetreading.org.uk/clayfield/
Telephone: Anne Latto on (0118) 9484454
Email: FoCC@econetreading.org.uk

Contacts for further information and how to get involved: Reading Borough Council
Tel - 0118 937 3737
Email- use their online enquiry form.
Website address and other links: www.reading.gov.uk/leisureandvisitors/ParksandOpenSpaces/FullListofParksandOpenSpaces/clayfield-copse-and-blackhouse-woods/?acc.contrast=1&acc.size=1
alternatively try
www.reading.gov.uk and search for Clayfield Copse Local Nature Reserve





Last updated 19/02/13
 
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