A woodland site near Birmingham proposed to the Society as a potential nature reserve for its rare birds and for both rare and ornamental plants. Today, the woodland is surrounded by development, and owned by Woodhouse Primary School. It had lain derelict until 2004, when the Education Authority took back responsibility for its management. Since then, a voluntary group, the Friends of Pitts Wood, has helped to transform it for the benefit of the local community.
(Above) The original SPNR survey documentation for Pitt's Wood
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