Three Groves Wood

Three Groves Wood

Three Groves Wood is part of a large block of ancient woodland on the north side of the Frome Valley. Dominated by beech, the woodland borders Strawberry Banks nature reserve.


One mile east of Chalford
A static map of Three Groves Wood

Know before you go

3 hectares

Entry fee


Grazing animals


Walking trails

The reserve is part of the Golden Valley Wildlife Way




On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

All year round

About the reserve

In spring the woodland floor has a fine show of bluebells. There is an excellent invertebrate fauna which includes Ena Montana and Zenobiella subrufescens, molluscs restricted to ancient woodland. Silver-washed Fritillary and gatekeeper butterflies may be seen. Nuthatch, spotted flycatcher and green woodpecker are amongst a typical woodland bird life. Three Groves Wood is part of the Golden Valley Wildlife Way, which includes Strawberry Banks, Daneway Banks and Siccaridge Wood nature reserves. 

Contact us

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 0145238333