A flower-rich meadow in the Wyre Forest, jointly owned by Shropshire and Worcestershire Wildlife Trusts.
A small wood awash with bluebells and wood anemones in spring
An oak wood, good for spring birdsong
A fragment of the garden in which Charles Darwin spent much of his childhood
A historic reserve with volcanic origins
A pretty wood situated on an ancient barrier reef.
A wonderful, local wild place in the heart of Telford & Wrekin, the focus of much community activity.
A steep oak wood with numerous mosses and lichens
Explore this wood carefully, it has many stories to tell.
Wonderful views and a delightful walk by the river.