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1. Admaston Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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2. Aqueduct Green Corridor

A valuable area of accessible open space in Aqueduct. This green corridor connects Gittens Drive with Eleanors Close via a network of pathways set in open grassland and woodland planting, providing residents with a valua...

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3. Barnes Wallis Drive Green Space, Leegomery

An area of urban green space in central Leegomery accessible via Barnes Wallis Drive. A valuable area for local residents and a stepping stone between other green spaces in the area and Apley Woods Local Nature Reserve. ...

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4. Beanhill Valley North, Bratton

A woodland forming part of the green network, providing valuable connectivity to Dothill Local Nature Reserve. Nearby notable species include stock dove and linnet.

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5. Beech Road Allotments, Madeley

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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6. Beech Road Green Space, Woodside

A linear open green space at the western edge of Woodside.

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7. Bridgnorth Road Green Space, Sutton Hill

A woodland forming part of the green network, providing connectivity to Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve. Many bat records have been recorded near this site, including common pipistrelle.

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8. Bridgnorth Road Woodland, Sutton Hill

A woodland forming part of the green network, providing connectivity to Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve. Nearby notable species include common pipistrelle and common toad.

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9. Brookside Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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10. Broomfield Road Green Space, Newport

A green space adjacent to Broomfield Road Newport providing valuable accessible greenspace at the edge of Newport.

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11. Castle Farm Way Green Corridor, Priorslee

A green corridor flanking Castle Farm Way, accessible via Stewardstone Gate, Priorslee Avenue and Walsh Close.

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12. Castlefields Way Woodland, Aqueduct

A linear woodland belt at the heart of aqueduct, forming part of a wider woodland network including The Town Park, Southall Pit Mounds and Dawley Pools.

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13. Chepstow Drive Green Space, Leegomery

An extensive linear network of open green space and tree planting in the heart of Leegomery flanking Milbrook Primary School.

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14. Chiltern Gardens Green Corridor, Dawley

A green corridor to the rear of Chiltern Gardens, Dawley. Providing an area of valuable accessible green space for the local residents and increasing connectivity in the wider green network of Telford.

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15. Chockleys Meadow Green Space, Leegomery

An open space at the eastern edge of Leegomery, along with a number of other Green Guarantee sites in the area this site forms a valuable network of footpaths and open spaces for the local residents along with a green c...

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16. Colliers Way Green Corridor, The Rock

A green corridor between Colliers Way and Old Park Way to the east of The Rock.

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17. Colliers Way Woodland, Old Park

A woodland which forms part of the green network, providing valuable woodland habitat in the centre of Telford. Notable nearby species include bee orchid and small heath butterfly.

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18. Cornbrook Green Space, Stirchley

An urban green space in the heart of Stirchley, providing both a valuable accessible green space for the local residents and a stepping stone for wildlife between the Randlay Valley and Telford Town Park.

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19. Dale Road Picnic Area, Coalbrookdale

A valuable area of open green space adjacent to Dale Road in Coalbrookdale. This site is part of Telford's Green Network and sits within a wider corridor of woodland connecting Coalbrookdale to the Ironbridge Gorge. Nota...

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20. Darby Road, Coalbrookdale

A partially wooded area forming part of Telford's green network. The woodland provides valuable connectivity helping to link the woodlands of Coalbrookdale with Lydebrook Dingle, one of Telford and Wrekin's eight Sites a...

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21. Dawley Park, Dawley

A valuable recreational area in the heart of Dawley.

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22. Donnington Recreation Ground

A large recreation ground at the eastern edge of Donnington, providing valuable open green space for the local residents.

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23. Eastwood Drive Woodland, Donnington

Woodland to the south of Eastwood Drive, Donnington

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24. Fieldhouse Drive Woodland, Muxton

A linear woodland between Fieldhouse Drive and Marshbook Way, Muxton. Species recorded n the local area include the birds House Sparrow, Skylark and Swift and bats including both common and soprano pipistrelles.

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25. Furnace Lane Green Space, Trench

A valuable open green space in Trench flanking Oakengates Road and Furnace Lane, providing connectivity to Central Hall Local Wildlife Site.

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26. Furnace Pools, Dawley

A mosaic of woodland and water bodies. The site supports a diverse amphibian assemblage including Common Toad, Common Frog and Great Crested Newt.

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27. Glade Way, Shawbirch

An urban green space forming part of the green network, providing valuable connectivity to Dothill Local Nature Reserve. Nearby notable species include swift and starling.

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28. Grainger Drive Green Space, Leegomery

A valuable area of accessible open green space to the south of Leegomery. Accessible via Grainger Drive, Acacia Drive and Mercia Drive.

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29. Green Space Adjacent To Leegomery Allotments

A linear open green space flanking leegate avenue adjacent to Leegomery Allotments. Wildlife recorded nearby includes the bat soprano pipistrelle.

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30. Green Space East Of St Matthews Primary, Donnington

An urban green space forming part of Telford's Green Network, providing forming a stepping stone to The Granville Local Nature Reserve.

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31. Green Space North of Ferndale Drive, Prioslee

An area of urban green space in Priorslee. The site forms an integral part of a wider network of green space providing links between Hangman's Pool and Priorslee Lake. Species recorded in the area include the bats common...

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32. Green Space Opposite Norbroom Park, Newport

An urban green space on the fringe of Newport. Forming a mosaic of green spaces with Norbroom Park and the green corridor of the Newport Canal Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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33. Green Space South Of Ferndale Drive, Priorslee

An area of urban green space adjacent to Priorslee Primary Academy School and Wolverhampton University. The site forms an integral part of a wider network of green space providing links between Hangman's Pool and Priorsl...

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34. Greenspace at St Saviour Close and St Helier Drive, Dawley Bank

A section of greenspace connecting St Saviour Close and St Helier Drive in Dawley Bank. A valuable urban green space for the local community, this area connects and strengthens the existing green network in Telford. Spec...

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35. Hartshill Park, Oakengates

A valuable open green space in the heart of Oakengates. This District Park provides numerous recreational activities including a bowling green, football pitches, play facilities and tennis courts. A bandstand provides a ...

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36. Hill Top, Oakengates

An extensive area of green space in north west Oakengates.

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37. Hills Lane, Madeley

An amenity green space forming part of the green network. The site provides valuable connectivity to Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve.

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38. Hollinswood Green Corridor

A wooded green corridor in central Hollinswood accessible via Dallamoor, Deepdale and Dale Acre Way. Species recorded in the local area include hedgehog and common pipistrelle bat.

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39. Hollinswood Green Space

A green space at the heart of Hollinswood providing valuable accessible green space for the local residents. Species recorded in the local area include hedgehog and common pipistrelle bat.

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40. Hurleybrook Way Green Space, Leegomery

An urban green space in Leegomery accessible via Hurleybrook Way and Chockleys Meadow providing a valuable area of accessible open space on the eastern edge of Leegomery.

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41. Lakeside Playing Field, Stirchley

A large area of open green space near to the Telford Park School, Stirchley. Providing highly valuable amenity space for local residents and providing connectivity between two of Telford's Local Nature Reserves: The Mad...

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42. Leegate Avenue Green Space, Leegomery

A green corridor at the northern edge of Telford providing vital connections between the agricultural landscape of the Weald Moors the residential areas of Leegomery. Wildlife recorded in the area include the bat Soprano...

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43. Leegomery Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of North Telford.

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44. Lime Tree Way Open Space, Wellington

An area of accessible open greenspace at the centre of Lime Tree Way Wellington. Providing valuable green space for local residents and forming a valuable stepping stone for wildlife within the wider green network of Wel...

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45. Lodge Road Woodland, Donnington

An urban green space forming part of Telford's Green Network, providing connectivity to 'Central Hall' Local Wildlife Site. Nearby notable species include small heath butterfly, smooth newt and grass snake.

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46. Lower Park Drive, Dothill

An urban green space adjacent to Dothill Local Nature Reserve. Forming part of the green network, this site provides important connectivity to nearby Apley Woods and the wider landscape.

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47. Madeley Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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48. Majestic Way Woodland, Aqueduct

A woodland in which the majority of the site forms part of the green network. The site provides valuable connectivity to Rough Park and Dawley Pools and Pastures. Nearby notable species include common pipistrelle.

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49. Malinslee Playing Fields

An extensive area of open green space between Malinslee and Dawley providing highly valuable and accessible recreational space for the local residents.

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50. Malinslee Recreation Ground

An extensive area of open green space between Malinslee and Dawley providing highly valuable and accessible recreational space for the local residents.

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51. Marshbrook Way Green Corridor

A green corridor linked to numerous residential areas surrounded by Marshbrook Way and Saltwells Drive, Muxton. Species recorded n the local area include the birds House Sparrow, Skylark and Swift and bats including both...

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52. Masons Place Green Space, Newport

A accessible urban greenspace in the heart of residential Newport.

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53. Mound Way Woodland, Woodside

A woodland compartment flanking Mound Way in Madeley, forming a steeping stone in Telford's extensive woodland network providing connectivity between the tree lined verges of The Queensway south to the Ironbridge Gorge w...

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54. Park Lane Green Space, Old Park

An open green space at the heart of Park Lane. Wildlife recorded in the vicinity include the butterflies small heath and green hairstreak.

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55. Parkway Woodland, Madeley

A woodland compartment flanking Parkway, Madeley. A stepping stone of woodland between Madeley Pit Mound Local Nature Reserve.

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56. Peregrine Way Woodland, Apley

A green corridor at the northern edge of Telford providing vital connections between the agricultural landscape of the Weld Moors the residential areas of Apley. This linear woodland provides a stepping stone between Apl...

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57. Queensway Woodland, Oakengates

A linear woodland flanking the Queensway to the south of Oakengates. Soprano pipistrelle bat has been recorded locally.

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58. Randlay Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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59. Randlay Green Corridor

An urban green space forming part of Telford's Green Network. The area provides valuable connectivity between the two Local Nature Reserves, Telford Town Park and Randlay Valley.

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60. Redlake Pit Mound

A woodland forming part of Telford's Green Network, providing valuable connectivity along Mossey Green Way. Nearby notable species include both the small heath and dingy skipper butterflies.

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61. Rednal Fields, Little Dawley

A open green space enclosed by Severn Way, Hafren Road, and Avon Close. A green stepping stone between Doseley and Dawley Pools. Wildlife recorded locally include the common pipistrelle bat.

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62. Ringers Lane Allotments, Admaston

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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63. Russel Road Green Space, Madeley

A small but valuable area of open green space at the heart of Madeley.

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64. Silvington Close Green Space, Stirchley

An area of open green space encompassed by Ludford Drive in Stirchley comprising open space, public footpaths, tree plantings and a pond. A valuable open space for local residents and a stepping stone between the two Loc...

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65. Smith's Crescent, Wrockwardine Wood

A small urban green space to the rear of Smith's Crescent, Wrockwardine Wood. Providing public access and ecological connectivity to Central Hall Local Wildlife Site.

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66. South of Admaston House, Admaston

A green space adjacent to Admaston House to the south of Dothill Local Nature Reserve. Species recorded in the area include common toad and common frog and numerous bat spices including noctule, common and soprano pipist...

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67. Spout Lane Green Space, Malinslee

An open green space adjacent to Old Park Primary School

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68. Stirchley Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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69. Stirchley Road Green Space, Stirchley

An open green space flanked by Stirchley Road and Brookside Avenue.

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70. Stoney Hill, Lightmoor

An urban green space between Lightmoor and Ironbridge. The ponds on this site support a range of amphibian species including great crested newts. Grass snake and slow worm have also been recorded nearby.

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71. Suffolk Way Green Corridor, Horsehay

A green corridor to the south of Horsehay pools. Species recorded in the vicinity include Kingfisher and Daubenton's Bat.

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72. Sutton Hill Green Space

A valuable open green space in the heart of Sutton Hill, providing a stepping stone between areas of Telford's Green Network to the east and Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve. Species recorded in the local area inc...

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73. Sutton Hill Woodland

A woodland forming part of the green network, adjacent to Lloyds Coppice the site provides valuable connectivity to Madeley Pit Mounds. Nearby notable species include noctule and common pipistrelle.

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74. Sutton Way Green Space, Sutton Hill

An urban green space forming part of the green network, providing connectivity to Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve. Notable nearby species include common pipistrelle.

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75. 'The Green', Priorslee

A valuable green space for local residents, nearby notable species include hedgehog and skylark.

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76. Tom Morgan Green Space, Lawley

A valuable open green space in central Lawley. Wildlife recorded in the area include noctule bats and polecat.

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77. Trench Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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78. Wedgewood Crescent, Ketley

A green space to the rear of Wedgewood Crescent, Ketley.

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79. Wellington Allotments

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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80. West View Allotment Gardens, Madeley

Allotment Gardens forming part of the extensive green network of Telford.

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81. Westminster Way Green Corridor, Priorslee

A valuable corridor of urban green space in Priorslee near to Redhill Primary School. This corridor connects two areas of existing green network and increases connectivity at Telford's northern edge.

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82. Wombridge Road Green Space, Trench

A valuable green space between Wombridge Road and Newfield Drive.

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83. Woodland at Botfield Close, Randlay

A woodland compartment flanking Botfield Close and Randlay Avenue. Forming a valuable woodland stepping stone between Randlay Valley and Telford Town Park. Species recorded in the area include brown long-eared bat.

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84. Woodland at Brookside Avenue

A linear woodland flanking Bookside Avenue, linking Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve to the woodland compartments that flanks the Queensway.

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85. Woodland at Duke's Hill, Ketley Bank

A large area of woodland and public open space in Ketley Bank, accessible via Trinity View and Wesley Drive. A number of bat species have been recorded locally including soprano pipistrelle, the sites mixture of grasslan...

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86. Woodland at Halesfield 2

An area of woodland to the south east of Telford flanking the Halesfield industrial estate. This highly valuable ancient woodland supports an important plant assemblage including bluebells and wood anemones.

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87. Woodland at Heath Hill, Dawley

An extensive woodland compartment in Dawley. Historically small heath butterfly and common lizard have been recorded here.

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88. Woodland at Knightsbridge Crescent, Stirchley

A woodland compartment flanking Knightsbridge Crescent and Aquaduct Lane.

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89. Woodland at Madeley Academy

An extensive woodland compartment adjacent to the Madeley Academy School and Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve. A diverse population of bats are known to be present in the area, along with amphibians including comm...

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90. Woodland at Morton Court, Dawley

A woodland compartment flanking Heath Hill and Springhill Road.

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91. Woodland at Old Office Road, Dawley

A linear expanse of woodland adjacent to Ladygrove Primary School. Species recorded in the local area include hedgehog.

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92. Woodland at Rock Road, Ketley

A large woodland compartment between Red Lake and Ketley. Species recorded in the vicinity include common frog, grass snake and common lizard.

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93. Woodland at Shifnal Road, Priorslee

A large woodland compartment between Shifnal Road and Priorslee Avenue forming part of a wider green corridor of woodland extending to the M54.

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94. Woodland at Sunnyside Road, Ketley Bank

A large area of woodland between Sunnyside Road and Mossey Green Way, Ketley Bank. The woodland contains a mix of interesting species including orange-berried whitebeam growing over a ground layer of heather and wavy-hai...

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95. Woodland at The Keep, Woodside

A woodland forming part of Telford's Green Network providing valuable green space within a residential area. The site also provides connectivity to Madeley Pit Mounds Local Nature Reserve.

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96. Woodland At The Nabb, St Georges

A woodland compartment near to The Nabb, St Georges forming a valuable stepping stone between the green spaces to the south and The Cockshutt, a proposed Local Nature Reserve. Common pipistrelle, Whiskered and Noctule ba...

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