Notice

King's Wood National Nature Reserve: change to name and site area

Find out about a change to the name of King’s Wood National Nature Reserve in Bedfordshire and an extension to the area covered by the site.

Documents

Public notice: King's Wood and Rushmere NNR

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Declaration and map: King's Wood and Rushmere NNR

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Details

King’s Wood NNR in Bedfordshire has been extended and now includes part of Rushmere Country Park. In future the site will be known as King’s Wood and Rushmere NNR.

This reserve is owned and managed by Central Bedfordshire Council, the Greensand Trust, the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire, and Tarmac.

See the map above for the area of land affected.

Published 22 January 2016