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Parlour Barn Farm
Our 2008-09 Supporter Woodland
Located in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty approximately 1 mile north of Thornthwaite. This site of new
broadleaved woodland covers 7.4 hectares and is planted with approximately 7,125 native broadleaf trees and shrubs.
Species include a mix of Ash, Oak, Birch, Rowan, Alder, Willow, Hawthorn, Holly and Blackthorn, complimenting the existing woodland cover in the local area. The trees have been individually protected with tree guards to prevent rabbit damage.
Directions: From A59 Eastbound (Skipton – Harrogate).
At Fewston Reservoir (just after the church on your right) turn left onto Hardisty Hill, signposted Pateley Bridge. Continue past the Stone House Inn, and after approximately 1 mile turn right onto Braithwaite Lane and continue to the T junction. The track leading to the woodland is directly opposite, signposted Parlour Barn Kennels and Cattery.
Opposite the church turn onto Duck Street Lane, signposted Blubberhouses/Harrogate. Continue for 3miles. Turn left onto Braithwaite Lane, continue to T-junction. Take the track opposite signposted Parlour Barn Kennels and Cattery.
Access: Parlour Barn has a footpath running through the site at Grid Ref: SE160 605, near Foldshaw Lane, making
this wood accessible at all times. Perimeter access is also available along the public right of way leading down the track to the Parlour Barn cattery and dog kennels.
PLEASE NOTE: The woodland is situated on private land – please keep to the footpath in the wood.
Grid Reference: SE 160605