Staverton Park, Suffolk

Listed by the Society as 'primeval woodland', the site was described as 'a famous and awesome place of Tolkienesque wonder and beauty' in 1986. Today, it is a Special Area for Conservation (SAC) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). It has an awesome woodland of ancient oak and birch, and part of the site has holly trees reputed to be the largest in the UK. It may have been a deer park in the Middle Ages and there is a fenced-off area for these mammals now. Privately managed.

 

 (Above) the original SPNR survey documents for Staverton Park

More information on Staverton Park

Visit the JNCC page for Staverton Park

The past in pictures

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