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Delph Woods is a 24 acre site.
We will park in a residential area. From here, we cross the bridge by Broadstone Golf Club, and walk up the trail way which is wide and flat.
In Delph Woods, we walk along the unsurfaced woodland paths, alongside Blackwater Stream. We may pass the cricket pitch, and see the large pond. It can be muddy areas after wet weather.
The word 'Delph' is derived from an Old English word for mining and quarrying and it was probably one of the places from which local people extracted gravel for building purposes. The pond, now a drinking place for woodland animals including foxes and Roe deer, is probably a remnant of a gravel pit.
There is a magnificent 200 year old common Oak standing 80 feet high with a circumference of just over 13 feet. However other estimates from the girth circumference are 281 years. Planting year: 1729
Parking: Continue to the far end of Fairview Drive. We will meet by the junction of Fairview Drive and St Andrew's Road.Free parking on residential street
PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU STICK TO SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR WALK LEADER.KEEP 2M APART, LET THE INSTRUCTOR OPERATE ALL GATES, GIVE OTHER USERS OF THE PARK SPACE AND SPLIT INTO SMALLER GROUPS AT PINCH POINTS WHERE NECESSARY
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