This Wildlife Trust nature reserve is a treasure trove of wetland, grassland, broadleaf woods and shrubs. There is good access to and through the wood with the wetter sections protected by boardwalks. Brynna Woods comprises of 38ha of both woodland and grassland habitats and a great display of Bluebells in the spring. The site is a haven for wildlife, notably the Dormice, Reptiles, and the nationally rare and declining Lesser Horseshoe and Barbastelle Bats. This reserve is difficult to find – contact the Wildlife Trust for details.