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Studham Common has been used as common land for centuries.Today it is highly valued as a wildlife haven and a place of recreation
Studham Common is popular location for local walkers and horse riders and the footpath network provides good links to the wider countryside for walkers in particular. The open nature of this common lends itself well to a picnic or throwing a frisbee around
The middle and east sections were both ploughed for crops during the second world war which is why they are relatively free of trees and bushes. There have been some attempts to remedy this. In 1973, the AA planted two areas of beech trees although nobody knows why and 1977 saw a Jubilee copse planted.The open areas of grass and some fairly quiet access roads offer good access for all visitors although care is needed when there is traffic about. As with many sites, access for all is easier in the drier months when underfoot conditions are good. The close proximity to Studham village makes this an easy common to find and there is a nearby pub for refreshments.
The Cache is a small tupperware box with some swaps in and a £1 for the FTF
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