Clowes Wood & New Fallings Coppice

Clowes Wood & New Fallings Coppice, Earlswood: Hours, Address, Clowes Wood & New Fallings Coppice Reviews: 4.5/5

Clowes Wood & New Fallings Coppice

Clowes Wood & New Fallings Coppice
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Stacey W
Birmingham, UK131 contributions
Jan 2021 • Family
Took my children here after homeschooling for the day. They really enjoyed it! Walked towards to bridge over the train track but it was closed. Got a little lost in the woods but kids thought it was great. We wanted to walk from the woods to earlswood lakes but just ended up going round in circles! (If anyone could help??)
Nevertheless is a beautiful woods.
*becareful- some disgusting person has been wiping poo on the gate*
Written January 17, 2021
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wendyanddavid536
Solihull, UK1,971 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
Adjacent to the ever popular Earlswood Lakes, these woodlands are a delight to walk round at any time of the year, especially during the spring when there is a mass of flowers carpeting the floor, particularly bluebells in late April/early May.

The paths are extremely good, so that even if it is wet they do not become boggy, unlike around the lakes. There are far fewer people here than at the lakes, and you are not at risk of being hooked by a fisherman casting his line.
Written May 3, 2017
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Footprints745335
Birmingham, UK38 contributions
Jun 2019
If you love the peace and quiet this is the place for that relaxing walk.
Highly recommended and lots of parking nearby
Written July 7, 2019
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tierneydphs
Birmingham, UK52 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
We went to see the bluebells but probably a week or two too late to see them at their best. Lovely area to walk through, popular with dog walkers, but easy to get away from them and get yourself lost for awhile. We had to look for the railway line to find the footbridge to get back to the car.
Written May 15, 2019
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David R
Christchurch, UK427 contributions
Apr 2018
We were visiting friends who live nearby and decided to walk in the woods. Spring was finally arriving so the trees were lush with new leaves, bluebells were adding colour and birds were singing. It was a glorious experience to be so immersed in the country in such close proximity to the nation's second city. The fact that you can also access the Earlswood lakes is another massive bonus. Stunning and so good for your mental health
Written April 29, 2018
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britishbulldog50
Michigan58 contributions
Feb 2018 • Friends
you can get to the woods via train from Moor St Bham, or by car. There is a very small car park on the bad bend in Wood Lane, people do park on the verge but this churns the mud up and creates great puddles, so best to park either at railway station, or the nurseries or park in Malthouse Lane and walk down the park and turn left , walk around Terrys Pool to the woods, you can then walk back in a circle, coming out onto wood lane and walk back down Mason lane or walk the full lake.
Quote from Warwickshire Wildlife web site..
".An ancient woodland with a mix of trees, shrubs, ditches, streams, pond, a small meadow and a precious remnant of heathland.
Clowes Wood is a piece of history as it was the first reserve owned by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, acquired thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor in 1974.
Clowes Wood has probably wooded since the last ice age, though it was almost cleared of trees in the early 1900s. It is cut through by the Birmingham to Stratford railway and habitats found here today include heathland, woodland, and wet meadow."
Written April 10, 2018
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