A Survey of Warsop's Hedgerows
of Warsop's Hedgerows
This gapped hedgerow alongside Upper Cross Lane in Warsop is typical of the hedges between Market Warsop and the edge of the Forest.
A standard tree in a hedgerow near The Carrs in Warsop
Sookholme Lane heading towards Market Warsop from Hammerwater Bridge. The number of shrub species in the hedgerow to the left indicate that this is ancient but the lack of sensitive management is a cause for concern.
The hedgerow along the edge of The Carrs Local Nature Reserve shortly after it had been 'topped' to prevent it becoming overgrown and straggly.
This overgrown former hedgerow along the edge of the Hills & Holes Site of Special Scientific interest demonstrates the results of a lack of management.
This hawthorn and holly hedge was damaged by fire. Within a few month there were signs of regrowth but it will take many years before it becomes a viable hedgerow.
A new hedgerow planted as part of the restoration of the site of Warsop Main Colliery at Warsop Vale. Once established it could provide a wildlife corridor between Parsons Wood and the woodland on the restored pit tip.
Standard trees in a hedgerow near Broomhill Lane, Warsop
One of Warsop's best hedgerows beside the lane connecting Broomhill Lane near the sewage works to Sod Wall Plantation.
A standard tree in a hedgerow alongside Upper Cross Lane, Warsop
The hedgerow alongside Sookholme Lane at Herrings Farm that was laid towards the end of the 20th century