This popular circular walk meanders through a small young woodland. Although there are no longer any mature beech trees as its name suggests, this attractive site has lots of wildlife present. There is a wide gate at the entrance to the site leading to a stone-dust surfaced path that has picnic tables and benches. The recommended route is anti-clockwise for wheelchair users due to a gentle 300 metre slope. Keep your eyes peeled as you follow the route for several wooden sculptures carved to depict the different plants and animals found within the wood. The sculptures were created by Neil Gow and as well as being nice to look at, form parts of a food chain which is used as a teaching aid by school groups.