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Lochend Wood

An area of mixed community woodland located a half-mile (1 km) south of Dunbar in East Lothian, Lochend Wood extends to 32.3 ha (80 acres). Once part of the Lochend Estate, the woodland was originally established in the late 18th Century, although most of the trees now date from after World War II. Some fine specimen trees including cedar, walnut and yew remain, associated with the garden of former Lochend House, the ruins of which can still be seen. Wildlife includes roe deer and barn owls.

Lochend Wood has been managed by the Dunbar Community Woodland Group since 2001.

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