and Wildflower Meadows
A quiet stroll through the green and peaceful
paths in the woodland is a must for all
nature lovers. The Memorial Wood is a
mature oak woodland, planted in the 1860's.
It is a designated local nature reserve
and attracts many woodland birds, including
rarer species in the area, like the nuthatch
and treecreeper. Beverley Brook runs along
the western edge of the woodland.
1999 the Millennium Woodland was planted
alongside with trees grown from acorns
collected from the original woodland.
playing field also includes designated
wildflower meadow areas, attracting wildlife
of many types. Walking through the park
in summer, you can spot a variety of butterflies,
dragonflies and birds. In the evenings,
you may be lucky and see some resident
bats taking flight!