Hayley Green Wood

Bluebells at Hayley Green woods

Hayley Green Wood is a local nature reserve and most of the site is designated as a local wildlife site.


The site lies mainly on London Clay and comprises mixed deciduous woodland such as ash, willow and silver birch. It has a varied history being once a part of Warfield Park and with more recent industrial uses. During 2002 Hayley Green Wood was incorporated into Westmorland Park and is an important local habitat for wildlife.


Wildlife includes:

  • grass snakes searching the undergrowth for frogs to eat
  • a wide range of wild flowers such as ox-eye daisy, self heal and foxglove

How to get there

Hayley Green Wood is located across playing fields off Westmorland Drive, Warfield. Car parking is available at Westmorland Park Pavilion, Westmorland Drive, Warfield RG42 3QP. The OS Ref is SU888 708.

For directions to Hayley Green Wood please view our location map.

Friends of group

If you are a resident and would like to find out more about what is happening in your local wood please contact 01344 354441 or Warfield Environment Group on warfieldenvironmentgroup@hotmail.com.

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