Friends of Belper Parks Ltd.
© Copyright Friends of Belper Parks Ltd. 8 Parkside, Belper, Derbys.DE56 1HY. Site updated 21st September 2016
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."
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|History - Summary|
|Themes - Coppice Brook|
|Belper Parks Project|
|From Mowing to Mooing|
|Importance of wildflowers & insects|
|Pros and Cons of fencing|
|Butterflies-First & Last|
|Butterflies-Grow your own-1|
|Butterflies - Books|
|Butterflies-Grow your own-2|