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Tylers Wood


Grid ref: TQ 572 904 (click for o/s map)

Updated 10/12/2020.

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A hilltop and valley side adjoining Tylers Common, sloping down from the M25 motorway to a bridleway, and with an arm projecting northwards beside the motorway up to a footbridge. Former arable land, it is now substantially open, sunny grassland sheltered by patches of maturing native broad-leaved trees, including much birch. Flowering plants include agrimony and knapweed. It provides good habitat for butterflies and also for reptiles.

The arm projecting north beside the M25 motorway has sheets of fleabane in late summer.


Accessed from Warley Road east of Harold Wood. The car park is just before the M25 overbridge. SatNav: CM13 3JA.

Accessible at all times.

High summer for a stunning display of fleabane

© Tony Gunton