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From the chalk hills in the north-west that rise to 120 metres, Uttlesford falls towards the south-east. The landscape is mainly agricultural, dominated by intensive arable cropping, but the pattern of small villages, copses and hedges dates back at least to the medieval period. The jewel in Uttlesford's crown is Hatfield Forest, a superb medieval hunting forest; and the region also has many fine old woods – those in the north supporting that curious plant, the oxlip – and a scattering of attractive nature reserves and village greens, including two rich marshlands on the River Stort.

Aubrey Buxton
Birchanger Wood
Bustard Green
Chelmer Valley Park
Flitch Way
Garnetts Wood
Harrison Sayer
Hatfield Forest
Lashley Wood
Linnets Wood
Noakes Grove
Oxlip woods
   Bendysh Woods
   Little Hales Wood
   Rowney Wood
   Shadwell Wood
   West Wood (Thaxted)
Rushy Mead
Sawbridgeworth Marsh
Sweetings Meadow
Turners Spring
Wall Wood
Woodside Green