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Coed-y-Felin, Rhydymwyn

Coed-y-Felin
Coed-y-Felin is ancient broad leaved woodland on limestone with associated wildflowers (particularly bluebells in spring) and a nature trail.There is a small car park at the western end with disabled access and a large car park at the eastern end. There is a flat path along the old railway line, suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, and some uneven and sometimes steep woodland paths. Dogs are allowed. For further information on this reserve, please contact Graham Berry on 07764897416 or email GrahamBerry@wildlifetrustswales.org.

address: The reserve is situated four miles north-west of Mold at Hendre, on the A541

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Rhydymwyn nature reserve, Rhydymwyn

Rhydymwyn nature reserve
The site has an interesting history including early lead mining activities, visits from the composer Mendelson, to its secret life as a WWII chemical weapons factory. Covering a total of 84 acres, the habitat is varied and includes many empty buildings which provide a home for bats. Due to health and safety on the site you may only visit with a person who has been inducted or you can become inducted through the membership schemes yourself. The site is accessible for wheelchairs as it has tarmac roads, there are also many events and courses.

website: go to Rhydymwyn nature reserve website

tel: 01352 742115

address: Just off the Mold to Denbigh Road (A541), approx 2 miles outside of the town of Mold;

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