G5. Proceed down Langfords Way to the first junction and then turn right into Beech Grove.

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White squirrels are often seen around the junction of Langfords Way and Beech Grove. Look for a flash of white high in the branches further down Langfords Way. Also at this corner spot the striking green leaves of the Bird Cherry to the left of Langfords Way.


The area to the right of Beech Grove was planted as part of the Council regeneration programme. 250 Hazels and 400 Oaks were planted here in 2010. Deer fencing and tubes protect the young trees from deer browsing. Hazel is the main tree in the understory here - the catkins are mostly spent now but leaves are beginning to appear.

 


At the next T-junction turn right along Noakes Way.


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