Malinslee, Hollinswood, Randlay, Stirchley, Brookside & Aqueduct

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1. 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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2. Brookside Allotments

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

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3. 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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4. 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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5. 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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6. 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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7. 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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8. 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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9. 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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10. 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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11. 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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12. 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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13. Randlay Allotments

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

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14. 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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15. 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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16. Spout Lane Green Space, Malinslee

An open green space adjacent to Old Park Primary School

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17. Stirchley Allotments

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

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18. Stirchley Road Green Space, Stirchley

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

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19. 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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20. 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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21. 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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22. Woodland at Knightsbridge Crescent, Stirchley

A woodland compartment flanking Knightsbridge Crescent and Aquaduct Lane.

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