There’s a silence in Bull’s Wood that is only broken by the clap and whirring of pigeon’s wings and the soft sneezing call of the black bibbed marsh tit.
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Fox Fritillary Meadow is an ancient floodplain. It is the largest of four remaining sites for the snake's head fritillary plant in Suffolk.
This ancient woodland is noted for its small-leaved lime coppice, an indication that the northern part of the wood has existed since prehistoric times.