Friends of Belper Parks Ltd.
© Copyright Friends of Belper Parks Ltd. 8 Parkside, Belper, Derbys.DE56 1HY. Site updated 24th October 2017
Background aerial photograph courtesy of Amber Valley Borough Council
Close your eyes, open your mind, and let me take you into Belper Parks, a green jewel in the historic centre of Belper, a bustling market town in Derbyshire's world renowned Derwent Valley World Heritage Site.
Stretched before you is a pleasing mix of 50 acres of varied grassland, deciduous woodland and all important pockets of scrub land, together with a bluebell wood, a wildflower meadow and a babbling stream called the "Coppice Brook."
Welcome to the Friends of Belper Parks Web site
Where have the Bees gone in Belper Parks?
Click here to find out
Asian Hornets found in September 2017 at Woolacombe ,Devon.
Work to identify,destroy and remove any nests is underway.
Friends of Belper Parks have been given £121,000 to buy The Forge, Codnor Park to save the 71 acre site from being built on yet again when after 18 years of neglect it has begun to revert back to the green open space it was 200 years ago.
|From Mowing to Mooing|
|Importance of wildflowers & insects|
|AVBC News Release|
|Pros and Cons of fencing|
|Butterflies-First & Last|
|Butterflies-Grow your own-1|
|Butterflies - Books|
|Butterflies-Grow your own-2|
|History - Summary|
|Themes - Coppice Brook|
|Belper Parks Project|