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Both Arger Fen and Groton Wood (near Hadleigh) have some amazing Black Cherry trees. Both are Suffolk Wildlife Trust sites. I just so happen to manage the deer for SWT in all their woodlands which is a real privilege to work in such marvellous places. Raydon doesn't have any cherry like that so I'm guessing you'd be in Wolves wood?

 

SG

 

 

Nope, it was just a small private wooded area in someone's garden

 

 

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There are a handful Stumpy, tucked away on the fringes.

 

 

 

I wonder Steve, could you hear a sawmill running from where you were working?

 

I did hear the odd chainsaw that was it though. Where are you again?

 

 

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I did hear the odd chainsaw that was it though. Where are you again?

 

 

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Raydon Great Wood.

I think it's possible you were just on the fringes, near the old railway line. Hillside Tabling or Greatwood Lodge maybe?

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