Rainsbrook Wood is located on the border of Northamptonshire and Warwickshire.
It is privately owned and not open to the public. There are no rights of way accross it, it is primarily a
working woodland, not an amenity wood.
First planted in 1988, it is a mix of approximately 85% broadleaf and 15% coniferous trees.
The objective of the woodland is the production of high quality timber, but with the sympathetic management of the natural
habitat very much in mind.
The mix of species
contains mostly Oak, Ask and Beech with Scots Pine and Spruce.
Overall, there are about 20 different species represented, where possible species have been chosen to be indiginous British trees.