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Seller’s Wood

Seller’s Wood This ancient coppiced woodland covers more than 14 hectares and is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) as a result of its wildlife value. Whilst enjoyable at any time of year, springtime shows the reserve at its best.
 

How to get to Seller’s Wood

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The main entrance to the wood is at the corner of Seller's Wood Drive West and Wood Link where there is parking for a small number of cars close to the entrance and additional on-street parking. If using satnav. enter NG6 7FW and follow the preceding instructions. If travelling by bus use NCT Yellow Line Services 68 & 69.


Why not visit these nearby reserves? Moorbridge Pond & Quarry Holes Plantation.

 

 Some of our best loved reserves are our woodlands and one of the most accessible is Seller's Wood in Bulwell.
This ancient coppiced woodland covers more than 14 hectares and is nationally designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) as a result of its wildlife value. The woodland is managed by the Trust in partnership with Nottingham City Council and one of its most interesting features is its diversity of trees and plants. This is partly due to the wood's age, but also as a result of its situation above two different types of bedrock. The woodland has areas dominated by oak and birch as well as sections where ash and wych elm are more common. The varied plant life also includes species which indicate the woodland's ancient origins such as early-purple orchid, wood anemone and yellow archangel.
The wood has a long history of human use and the most obvious man-made features are a series of large ponds created by digging for clay.  It is believed that some of the ponds were test pits for the old Sankey clay plant pot factory which was located close by.
Seller's Wood is well worth a visit at any time of year but a visit in the spring will be rewarded with a wonderful range of birdsong and an opportunity to enjoy the bluebells.


For some pictures of the reserve please go to out Flickr set
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157631045742266/

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Wildlife Trust family friendly open day to help people discover city woodland gem

Tuesday 16th August 2016

On Friday August 19th, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will be hosting a family friendly open day between 1pm and 4pm at Sellers Wood Nature Reserve off Wood Link, Bulwell to enable city residents to discover one of Nottingham’s little known wildlife gems…...

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