Dyehouse Field Wood


The beautiful space is managed by members of the Lavenham Woodland Project.

Currently the site mainly consists of mature and immature woodland, hedgerow with standards, grassland, scrub, seasonally wet ditches and a small area of open water created by a natural spring. The presence of grass snake, slow-worm, bats, raptors, butterflies and badgers make this an important site for both people and wildlife.

Latest posts for lavenham

18 Jun 2014

Dyehouse Field Wood Discovery Day

¬† We enjoyed a glorious morning in the sunshine at Dyehouse Field Wood today. Lots of local people joined us to discover and explore this wonderful community site through guided walks, wildlife trails, story telling and children’s crafts.

19 May 2014

Discovering Reptiles at Dyehouse Field Wood

Following the building of brash and log piles at Dyehouse Field Wood for the benefit of species such as slow worm, grass snake and common lizards we spent the morning learning about and looking for¬†reptiles with community members, volunteers and reptile enthusiast George Millins.