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Innergellie South Wood

The woodland at the north east end of Innergellie House was retained by the trust as public amenity ground. The drystane dyke along the track leading from Kilrenny Common to the bridge over the former line of the former Fife Coast railway at its north end has been restored and gated.

The woodland is being managed with a view to its regeneration with native species. Paths have been laid through the wood.  During the winter season of 2012-2013,  many of the non-native species have been felled and wildflower bulbs have been planted.

If you visit the wood and would like to make any comments, please let us know via the contact form on this web site.

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