Overdale, Lawley, Dawley, Horsehay & Lightmoor

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1. 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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2. 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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3. Dawley Park, Dawley

A valuable recreational area in the heart of Dawley.

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4. 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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5. 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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6. 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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7. 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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8. 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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9. 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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10. 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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11. Woodland at Morton Court, Dawley

A woodland compartment flanking Heath Hill and Springhill Road.

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12. 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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