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Coed Trellyniau

Well established planted woodland with common woodland flowers

An ancient bluebell woodland 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

Species and habitats

Habitats
Woodland

Nearby nature reserves

Coed y Felin
2 miles - North Wales Wildlife Trust
Y Ddol Uchaf
3 miles - North Wales Wildlife Trust
Aberduna
5 miles - North Wales Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Location
6 miles north west of Mold
Rhydymywyn
Flintshire
CH7 5QP
Map reference
SJ 181 692
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Opening Times
Open at all times
Size
3.60 hectares
Access
Yes

Walking information
Uneven paths through woodland
Parking
Limited parking is available on the verge at SJ 177 693
Dogs
Dogs allowed
Grazing animals
no
Reserve manager
North Wales Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01352 810469
nwwt@wildlifetrustswales.org

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