The Tarvin Woodland Walk was created by villagers, is maintained by villagers and volunteers, and overseen by the Tarvin Community Woodland Trust.
These photos were taken last weekend, when we were blessed with some stunning Autumn colours and blue skies.
The woodland constitutes an area of about five and a half hectares, one kilometre long between the village and the south-western by-pass. It is open to the public at no cost. Access is from Broomheath Lane, Hockenhull Lane or Townfield Lane (from A54 or Crossfields).
The Woodland Walk, also known as Grogan's Walk, was the vision of the late Jim Grogan who had foreseen that the strip of land could otherwise have had houses built on it.
It is now a very well used public amenity with a central footpath running through open woodland, meadow and wildflower areas. This is an amenity created and used by the community with full access for people with disability.