Netherwood (Woodland Trust)

A small quiet woodland next to the village of Stoke Lacey, Netherwood was planted for the millennium in 1999 by the local community. In the centre of the wood lies the millennium rock, inscribed with a poem to reflect on the past and future of this young woodland. Several paths wind through the wood, with a meadow in its centre. The paths can be muddy in winter months or after heavy rain. The Woodland Trust does not allow cycling or mountain biking within this wood.

Entry Cost

The Woodland Trust is able to provide free access to its woodlands thanks to the support of its members. Contact the Woodland Trust to find out how you can help support and keep these woods free for everyone.

Hours

Daylight hours
  • Welcomes

    • Free entry
  • Facilities

    • Picnic's welcome
  • Special Features

    • Rural location
Netherwood (Woodland Trust)

Directions & Parking

Map pin Netherwood
Stoke Lacey
Herefordshire
HR7 4HJ
A short walk from the village down Hopton Lane, by the Church of St. Peter & St. Paul.

Caring For The Planet

The Woodland Trust is working hard to increase the biodiversity potential within this wood. Help us look after this wood by sticking to footpaths and taking any littler home with you.