Kingswood Copse is a managed area of woodland at the entrance to the village, gifted to the Parish Council with a ring fenced sum of money as the open space provision compensating for the loss of green space when Bishops View and Kingswood Rise were built.
There is an abundance of wildlife, flora and fauna and regeneration, managed minimally to allow it to flourish as naturally as possible.
Unfortunately a number of trees have had to be felled due to Ash dieback, but an additional 30 trees have been planted throughout the wooded area to compensate. Daffodils peep through in the spring from its former identify as a fruit and nut orchard, with walnut, plum and pear trees providing fruit and nuts for wildlife. Dormice love the understorey, which is why when tree work is carried out, it is left. The logs provide a haven for bugs.