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
Belper Parks is an area of 50 acres of grassland and woodland owned by Amber Valley Borough Council. It was declared a Local Nature Reserve in January 2004.
The site is managed according to a management plan agreed by AVBC, Groundwork Derby and Derbyshire, and the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.
Friends of Belper Parks was established in 2003 to allow local people to contribute to the running and management of Belper Parks Local Nature Reserve. Friends of Belper Parks became incorporated as a not for profit company limited by guarantee in 2013.
The constitution of Friends of Belper Parks can be downloaded from the Documents page of this web site.
Amber Valley Borough Council does not permit the use of metal detectors on their land.
It is illegal to dig up or remove plants from the wild.
|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|