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Worsley Woods

Worsley Woods occupies around 30 hectares of countryside. The site can be reached from Salford's network of looplines or the historical Bridgewater Canal. With beautiful woodland to amble around and the Kempnough Brook flowing through, Worsley Woods offer a welcome break from city life.

As well as self-guided trails and activities the Salford Ranger team provide a wide range of exciting activities throughout the year for adults and children alike. These include:

  • kids' activities
  • walks and talks
  • discovering wildlife
  • orienteering
  • volunteer opportunities
  • environmental education programmes for schools and community groups.

For more information call Jo Regan 0161 607 1759

Get involved: Worsley Woodlands Action Group
The Worsley Woodlands Action Group was set up in 2005 with the support of the Ranger Team. This was to give the users of Worsley Woods the opportunity to be involved in and consulted about the management of the site.

The group aims to conserve and develop the plants and creatures of Worsley Woods and to enhance its value for all the people of Salford. The group meet regularly to discuss new plans and projects.

If you would like to get involved in practical conservation activities such as tree and wildflower planting or fence and step construction, conservation mornings are held once a month. No experience is needed and refreshments are provided!

To join the group or simply find out more please contact Jo Regan on 0161 607 1759.

 

 

 

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