Well established planted woodland with common woodland wildflowers.
An ancient bluebell wood with a long history. Coed Trellyniau is one of the last natural remnants of an ancient oak and ash woodland. Although many of the original trees were once felled and beech and pine planted in their place, the carpet of woodland flowers is much the same as centuries ago. Splendid drifts of bluebells are locally renowned and many more plants are evidence of the wood's antiquity.
The reserve is six miles NW of Mold. From the Mold Denbigh Road (A541) turn North towards Rhes y Cae (see map). These roads are all very narrow, but limited parking is available on the verge at SJ 177 693.
For further information on this reserve, please contact Graham Berry 01352 on 810469 or by email.
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North Wales Wildlife Trust
Coed Trellyniau SJ 181 692 (9 acres)