Local Wildlife Sites
This local list of LWS in the Parishes of Sunninghill & Ascot and Sunningdale is extracted from the list of sites identified on the TVERC website. They were previously known as Wildlife Heritage Sites.
Woodland on west edge of Coworth Park - this includes Coworth Copse and Granny Kettle Wood
Ascot Heath - Ascot Racecourse
Blythewood (Parish site not on TVERC list)
Grassland Near Cheapside
Platts Firs, Penslade Bottom, Fireball Hill
Silwood Park (including Cascade Bridge)
Allen's Field - off Liddell Way, South Ascot
Woodland West of Ascot Station
St. Georges Lane - Fields
Tom Green's Field (Parish site not on TVERC list)
Click here to link to find the Windsor and Maidenhead List and Map via TVERC
Extract from TVERC: They include important and rare habitats and species. The 42,000 LWS in England (covering 5% of land) are essential in conserving wildlife in the UK and halting the loss of biodiversity. LWS create a better connected landscape of wildlife buffers, corridors and stepping stones so that the countryside is more resilient to the pressures of modern living and climate change. LWS are protected from harmful development through the planning system but as most sites are in private ownership, their long-term survival depends upon the interest and goodwill of their land managers and owners.