Bluebells at Coed Pendugwm copyright Tamasine Stretton

Coed Pendugwm with carpets of bluebells in spring © Tamasine Stretton

92 fungi/lichens
320 plants
803 insects
90 birds & mammals
Ancient wild wood


SY22 5JF

OS Map Reference

A static map of Coed Pendugwm

Gwybod cyn i chi fynd

3 hectares

Pris mynediad


Manylion parcio

Small car park can be muddy in wet weather

Anifeiliaid pori


Llwybrau cerdded

The route is waymarked; the path is uneven and steep in places and crosses the stream twice (may be impassable when in flood).


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Ar dennyn

When to visit

Amseroedd agor

Open at all times

Amser gorau i ymweld

March to June

Am dan y warchodfa

Majestic sessile oaks have nurtured this quiet corner of Wales for over 400 years providing leafy cover for plants and animals and creating a 'wild wood' – the likes of which once covered large areas of the country. Although only 3.2ha in size, the reserve is part of Pendugwm Woods Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), designated in recognition of the special trees, plants and animals that live here, including the elusive dormouse.

It is hard to beat a broadleaved woodland in Spring, with the colourful, abundant woodland flowers and melodious bird song filling the air. Coed Pendugwm is a great place to watch Pied Flycatchers, as they busy themselves raising the next generation, above a carpet of bluebells.

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Cysylltwch â ni

Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust
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Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)