Judy Woods

Address: For the wheel friendly path, take the entrance on Station Road, Wyke, by the noticeboard. Follow the A461 (Huddersfield Road) to Wyke and turn down Station Road (opposite Green Lane). For Sat Navs use BD12 8LA.

Opening times: All the time 

 

Admission: Free

Detail: Judy Woods is made up of several individual woods with several paths around them, which provide for circular walks, although these are not all wheel-friendly. The woods are named after Judy North, who lived nearby in the 1850s and 1860s.

Wheelchair/Pram friendly: The only wheel friendly path leads from the Station Road entrance by the noticeboard. The path is not circular and so you will need to retrace your steps.

Additional activities: There is a picture trail activity that you can do - www.judywoods.org.uk/trail.html.

Parking and any fees: Free on-road parking is available on Station Road but be careful not to park adjacent to white “no overtaking” lines, as you may face a parking fine.

Facilities and refreshment options: There are no toilets or refreshment options in the Wood. Refreshments can however be located outside the Wood, such as the Old White Beare Pub.

Website link: www.judywoods.org.uk

Map link: www.judywoods.org.uk/intro.html