Butterflies and Springbok

The adjacent woodland which has provided the wood chip for the Springbok boilers since 2020 is managed to maximise the potential for butterflies. The woodland in the area around the Springbok Estate known as the Chiddingfold Forest is one of the most important areas for woodland butterflies in the South East of England and the only place where the rare Wood White butterfly can still be seen in May/June and again towards the end of July in some seasons in a second brood.  A short film and more details of the restoration of this woodland is available at www.rosemarylanewoods.uk