The wonderful Woods/Forest of Swinley near Bracknell Forest

June 15, 2020 2:08 pm


Often mistakenly referred to as “Bracknell Forest” the Swinley Woods or Forest is a large 2,600-acre part of the Windsor estate.  A safe sanctuary for the many species of birds that reside there it is owned and tended by the Crown Estates.  Offering spectacular and thrilling off road mountain biking it has some of the best single-track trails available, as long as you acquire a permit you can enjoy hours of fun speeding along the tracks and fire roads.

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These marvellous mountain bikes are not only fast but are sturdy and able to endure rough terrain, ideal if you are a Same Day Courier Bracknell so that you could quickly and safely get important post from one place to another.  A photographer’s paradise, many stunning scenes of natural beauty have been captured by keen amateur and professional camera men and women.  With the natural sunlight streaming through the tall, slender trees and the bountiful array of wild birds to watch and photograph it is an ideal location.  If you have visited the Swinley Forest you might have been lucky enough to observe the filming of scenes from The Deathly Hallows and Harry Potter.

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In the South of England is Bracknell Forest itself which is one of six authority areas located within Berkshire, incorporating the three towns of Bracknell, Crowthorne and Sandhurst. Also consisting of Warfield and Winkfield close areas of North Ascot and the Royal Boroughs of Maidenhead and Windsor.