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Sewell Park, Norwich

Sewell Park is a triangular park between Constitution Hill and St. Clements Hill in Norwich, Norfolk, England. The park was given to the Norwich Corporation and Norwich City Council as an open space by members of the Sewell family and former mayo ...

                                               

Wensum Local Nature Reserve

Wensum Local Nature Reserve or Wensum Valley is a Local Nature Reserve located in Norwich in the English county of Norfolk. The reserve consists of two sites; Mile Cross Marsh 52.6419°N 1.2657°E  / 52.6419; 1.2657 and Sycamore Crescent Wood whic ...

                                               

Burgess Field Nature Park

Burgess Field Nature Park is a nature reserve next to Port Meadow, Oxford, in Oxfordshire, England, managed by Oxford City Council.

                                               

South Park, Oxford

See also South Park disambiguation South Park is a park on Headington Hill in east Oxford, England. It is the largest park within Oxford city limits. A good view of the city centre with its historic spires and towers of Oxford University can be o ...

                                               

Ashton Park

Ashton Park is situated in Ashton-on-Ribble to the west of Preston, Lancashire, England. It has one bowling green, two play areas, with swings, roundabouts and climbing frames, several football pitches within a large, main field, and contains wit ...

                                               

Avenham Park

Avenham Park is a public park in Avenham, close to the centre of Preston in Lancashire in the northwest of England, and managed by Preston City Council. The park is located in Prestons Conservation area and leads down to the banks of the River Ri ...

                                               

Miller Park, Preston

Miller Park is a public park under the management of Preston City Council. It is located on the banks of the River Ribble in Preston, Lancashire in the north west of England. The park is one of two city centre Victorian era parks, the other being ...

                                               

Moor Park, Preston

Moor Park is a large park) to the north of the city centre of Preston, Lancashire, England. Moor Park is also the name of the electoral ward covering the park and the surrounding area. The ward borders the traditional boundary of Fulwood. The pop ...

                                               

Winckley Square

Winckley Square is situated near the centre of Preston, Lancashire, England, at the west end of Avenham. The square was first established in 1801, around Town End Field owned by Thomas Winckley, as an exclusive residential area for the towns gent ...

                                               

Caversham Court

Caversham Court is a public garden and was a mansion located on the north bank of the River Thames in Caversham, a suburb of Reading in the English county of Berkshire. The park lies within the St Peters conservation area. The park is listed as G ...

                                               

Clayfield Copse

Clayfield Copse is a local nature reserve on the northern edge of the suburb of Caversham in Reading, UK. The site is 8.65 hectares in size and is a natural open space consisting of fields, wild flower meadow and native woodlands adjoining the Ox ...

                                               

Courage Park, Reading

Courage Park is a public park in the Coley Park suburb of the town of Reading in the English county of Berkshire. The park includes amenity grassland, together with a wooded area to the south of the site. Within the park there is a brick-built pa ...

                                               

Lousehill Copse

Lousehill Copse is a local nature reserve in the Tilehurst suburb of the English town of Reading. The nature reserve is 13.03 hectares in size, and is under the management of the Reading Borough Council. The majority of the site comprises natural ...

                                               

McIlroy Park

McIlroy Park is a 12-hectare Local Nature Reserve in Tilehurst, a suburb of Reading in Berkshire. It is owned and managed by Reading Borough Council. Along with Blundells Copse and Lousehill Copse it is part of West Reading Woodlands.

                                               

Round Copse

European green woodpecker Eurasian treecreeper Great spotted woodpecker Lesser spotted woodpecker Common blackbird Eurasian nuthatch

                                               

Abbeyfield Park

Abbeyfield is a park in Pitsmoor, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, bought by the City Corporation in 1909. The park comprises the park itself, a bowling green, as well as Abbeyfield House, a former secondary school. Abbeyfield School opened i ...

                                               

Beeley Wood

Beeley Wood is a woodland in the north of the City of Sheffield, near Middlewood, South Yorkshire, England. It is one of 35 ancient woodland areas within the Sheffield city boundary. An ancient woodland is defined as a site that has been continuo ...

                                               

Bowden Housteads Woods

Bowden Housteads Woods are situated between Darnall and Handsworth, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. the woods are encircled by Sheffield Outer Ring Road, Sheffield Parkway and Handsworth Road. The woods are classified as ancient woodlands, h ...

                                               

Devonshire Green

Devonshire Green is a small public open space at 53.3789°N 1.4783°W  / 53.3789; -1.4783 within Sheffield city centre in South Yorkshire, England. It covers an area of approximately 9000 square metres and is designated as a district park by Sheff ...

                                               

Firth Park (public park)

Firth Park is a public park in the Firth Park area of the City of Sheffield in England. It is located 3.75 km north-northeast of the city centre. The main entrance to the park is on Hucklow Road although there are several entrances on Firth Park ...

                                               

Glen Howe Park

Glen Howe Park is a public recreation area in the village of Wharncliffe Side within the City of Sheffield, England. The park covers an area of 19 acres in the valley of the Tinker Brook, a minor tributary of the River Don. It is home to a variet ...

                                               

Graves Park

Graves Park is a large parkland area in the South of Sheffield, between the districts of Norton, Woodseats and Meadowhead. The park was developed by Alderman J.G.Graves between 1926 and 1936, to protect the thousand year old woodland from buildin ...

                                               

Longley Park

Longley Park is a public park within the City of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. The park lies between the suburbs of Longley and Firth Park, four km north of the city centre. It covers an area of just under 52 acres and is the third largest ...

                                               

Millhouses Park

Millhouses Park is a public urban park located in the Millhouses neighbourhood in south of Sheffield, England. It is a 12.87-hectare park stretching approximately 0.75 miles along the floor of the valley of the River Sheaf, sandwiched between Abb ...

                                               

Norfolk Heritage Park

Norfolk Heritage Park is a public park in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England surrounded by the Norfolk Park residential suburb. Located to the south of Sheffield City Centre, the estate has grown up on part of the former deer park associated wit ...

                                               

Ponderosa (Sheffield)

The Ponderosa is a recreation area within the City of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. Although not a public park it was designated as Open Space by Sheffield City Council in the 1993 Unitary Development Plan. It covers an area of over 10 hec ...

                                               

Rivelin Valley Park

Rivelin Valley Park is a public recreation area in the Rivelin Valley area of Sheffield, England. The facilities consist of a playground and a small water park as well as a cafe. The park is situated on the Rivelin Valley Nature Trail, which is m ...

                                               

Brynmill Park

                                               

Cwmdonkin Park

Cwmdonkin Park is an urban park situated in the Uplands area of Swansea, Wales. The park has a bandstand, childrens play area, water gardens, tennis courts, and a bowling green.

                                               

Llewelyn Park

                                               

Lliw Reservoirs country park

                                               

Rosehill Quarry Community Park

                                               

Victoria Park, Swansea

                                               

Lydiard Park

Lydiard Park is a 260-acre country park at Lydiard Tregoze, which was its formal name, about 3 miles west of central Swindon, Wiltshire, England, near Junction 16 of the M4 motorway.

                                               

Mouldon Hill Country Park

Mouldon Hill Country Park is a country park to the north west of the town centre of Swindon, within the parish of Haydon Wick and close to Thamesdown Drive. It is owned and managed by Swindon Borough Council. The park is named after the small hil ...

                                               

Strays of York

The Strays of York is a collective name for four areas of open land, comprising in all over 800 acres, within the City of York. Their individual names are Bootham Stray, Micklegate Stray, Monk Stray and Walmgate Stray.

                                               

Dickson Centre, Australian Capital Territory

The Dickson Centre, located in the suburb of Dickson, is a group centre in the inner northern suburbs of Canberra. The centre is the main commercial centre for the inner northern suburbs, after Civic, and is a significant site of employment. A ra ...

                                               

Kippax Centre

Kippax Centre is a large shopping centre located in the western suburb of Holt in Belconnen, Australian Capital Territory. Named after cricketer Alan Kippax, it serves the West Belconnen region, and is anchored by a Woolworths Supermarket, an Ald ...

                                               

Lanyon Valley

The Lanyon Valley is a small community containing five schools: Lanyon High School, Covenant College, Conder Primary School,Gordon Primary School and St. Clares of Assisi. Lanyon Valley contains three shopping facilities, Lanyon Shopping Centre b ...

                                               

Manuka, Australian Capital Territory

Manuka is an area in the Inner South district of Canberra, Australia covering parts of the suburbs of Griffith and Forrest. Manuka Shops, Manuka Oval, Manuka Swimming Pool, and Manuka Circle take their name from the park in the area.

                                               

Woden Town Centre

Woden Town Centre is the main commercial centre of the district of Woden Valley in Canberra, Australia. It is located in the Canberra suburb of Phillip. The town centre has a variety of shops and amenities, including office blocks that house Aust ...

                                               

Canberra Avenue

Canberra Avenue is a major road in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. It is the primary link between the nations capital and the city of Queanbeyan, New South Wales which lies on the Territorys eastern border. The route also passes historic ...

                                               

Constitution Avenue, Canberra

Constitution Avenue in a street in Canberra, the capital of Australia. It forms the municipal axis of Walter Burley Griffins geometric design for the city, and lies on the northern side of Lake Burley Griffin. It is one of the three sides that ma ...

                                               

Fairbairn Avenue

Fairbairn Avenue is a major arterial road in the eastern suburbs of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. The road travels from a junction with Pialligo Avenue near Canberra Airport to the Australian War Memorial, a distance of 4.2 km. It is t ...

                                               

Hindmarsh Drive

Hindmarsh Drive is a major arterial road in the southern suburbs of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. It is named after John Hindmarsh, first Governor of South Australia. The road forms the major east to west link through the Woden Valley ...

                                               

Horse Park Drive

Horse Park Drive is an arterial road in the Gungahlin district of Canberra, Australia. It is named for the homestead Horse Park, built in 1853 which is located in the suburb of Jacka. The road provides a bypass of the Gungahlin town centre, linki ...

                                               

Limestone Avenue, Canberra

Limestone Avenue is a major arterial road in the inner suburbs of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. It links the major junction of Anzac Parade and Fairbairn Avenue outside the Australian War Memorial, passing Merici College, Campbell High ...

                                               

Majura Road

Majura Road is a major arterial road in the eastern rural area of Canberra, the capital city of Australia. The road runs north to south, beginning at a grade separated junction with the Federal Highway 1 km inside the border of the Australian Cap ...

                                               

Pialligo Avenue

Pialligo Avenue is a major arterial road in Canberra, the Capital city of Australia. It forms part of the corridor linking the city to Canberra Airport at Pialligo, and Fairbairn. It is also the most direct route from Queanbeyan to the airport pr ...

                                               

Tharwa Drive

Tharwa Drive is an arterial road, in the southern Australian Capital Territory. The road extends from the Monaro Highway through the Tuggeranong district in Canberras southern suburbs, connecting with Drakeford Drive before continuing south throu ...

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