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Ashenbank is a lovely wood located between Cobham wood and Jeskyns, and my dogs love the place. There is an ancient borrow in the middle of the wood which is quite a rarity and there are benches to have a pic nic.
This is a nice place for a peaceful walk, ideal for friends or family outings.
Look out for the horned cattle that sometimes roam freely within the woods as you enjoy your walk, they sometimes get a bit standoffish but soon get bored and move...More
First fine sunny day after Christmas and we tried to get to Jeskyns Park but the car park was full so just a short drive to Ashenbank Wood where the small car park was virtually empty and so was the wood. Well marked, mainly flat...More
Just a five minute drive from The Darnley arms, Ashenbank Wood offers some lovely gentle evening or indeed daytime walks.
There is also some WW2 history to research along with some interesting fallen trees structures. Well worth a visit. The gate to the carpark closes...More
Small Car Park to set off from, then into the woods for a lovely forrest get away from life. We walked to Jeskyns and back again, finding old World War bunker entrances and trails to get lost down. Know Shorne, Camer, Cobham and Cuxton pretty...More
I have enjoyed a couple of walks around here and think it has a plenty to see.
First off parking is free which is always a bonus, this wood works on a couple of levels, firstly there is the historical aspect with the barrows and...More
This really is such a cute little wooded area. It's really well maintained and they regularly maintain the land to allow nature to thrive.
It Is really safe and everyone I have encountered there is really friendly! It's also dog friendly and this area backs...More