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A pleasant wander from the canal basin at Thrupp through new woodland towards Kidlington.
The pathways are fairly new so far have not been especially laid and at present are quite muddy, so unsuitable for buggies/strollers.
The Community Woodland was planted in the 1990s by the Forestry Commission with wildlife and conservation in mind. A network of permissive paths has been created proving interesting routes around the carefully selected species of deciduous trees. These are all growing vigorously and increasing the variety of wildlife present. Cuckoos can be heard daily in early summer, and in winter the alder trees are occupied by hungry flocks of Siskins, Redpolls and Goldfinches
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