Hillditch Pool and Coppice
The largest and most important area of heathland remaining in Worcestershire, this site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) is a delight to visit time and time again. With dappled woodlands, heather clad hills, a rare acid bog and a pool and brook that attracts lots of creatures, you're spoilt for choice on this site.
See also the Heather Trail at Hartlebury Common.
|Opening Times||Vehicular and pedestrian access 24 hours. Height barrier at Wilden Top car park and South car park (1.9 metres high). Admission is Free.|
Hartlebury Common, DY13 9JB. Located just off the B1495 Stourport to Hartlebury Road. Follow the brown and white tourist signs. Grid Reference: 8270
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The Hartlebury Common Implementation Plan. The aim of this plan is to secure the ongoing, long-term favourable management of Hartlebury Common Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). This document describes detailed management proposals to restore the Common over the next ten years.
Why not extend your stay in the Hartlebury area and visit the Worcestershire County Museum? Home to collections ranging from children's toys, archaeology and costume to craft work.
|Ordnance Survey Maps||Explorer 218, Landranger 138.|
For further information contact the Countryside Service on 01905 766493.
If you are interested in volunteering at Hartlebury Common you can find out further information on the volunteer work group pages.