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Just breath in all that fresh air

When you're fed up with sitting in at home, this is just the place to get out and breathe in all... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2020
Geoff H
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Cranbrook, United Kingdom
The bluebells make an amazing sight

In this time of lockdown we are extremely fortunate in having a place like Friezley Wood where we... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2020
Geoff H
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Cranbrook, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 13 December 2020

When you're fed up with sitting in at home, this is just the place to get out and breathe in all that fresh air. Watch out, though, when it has been raining because the paths can get a little muddy and slippy.

Date of experience: December 2020
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Reviewed 31 May 2020

In this time of lockdown we are extremely fortunate in having a place like Friezley Wood where we can walk and exercise our dog at the same time. It's a beautiful place at the best of times but when the bluebells are blooming it is an amazing sight.

Date of experience: April 2020
Thank Geoff H
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Reviewed 15 February 2020

At one time, timber was very important to Kent. In this part of Kent, around Cranbrook, as well as being used for heating and cooking, timber was used for both housebuilding and shipbuilding and also as fuel for the huge Wealden iron industry. The iron industry has long since gone but timber is still used for domestic fuel and coppicing, which is also a benefit, for wildlife and flowers produces a sustainable supply of wood for fencing. Friezley Wood, near Cranbrook, along with nearby Brewers Wood and Hillywood, and, not that far away, Angley Woods and Comfort's Wood, are just remaining bits of the once great forest that used to cover the High Weald of Kent. Friezley wood, along with those others woods, is just great for dog walking and getting out and about in the great outdoors. There are paths and trails both through the woods and also round and about in the neighbourhood but be warned, in we weather they can get very muddy.

Date of experience: February 2020
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