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Wallace Park

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Wallace Park

12 Miles

The park provides a green oasis in an otherwise urban landscape and is often busy with visiting dog walkers, families, cyclists and workers on a lunchtime stroll. The many mature trees around the park have lots of cracks and crevices in the bark for small birds to nest and bats to roost. The trees will attract a wide range of invertebrates such as caterpillars, aphids, moths, spiders and beetles - upon which the many birds which use the park will feed.

The large areas of grassland are managed for amenity activities.

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