Sandy Banks LNR is a wildlife haven that would at one time have formed part of Sherwood Forest. It is an area of lowland dry acid grassland, a nationally rare habitat, and one of the few remaining wild sites within the city boundary. A great place to take a stroll and see butterflies, birds and wild plants.
• On Street Parking
• Dogs welcome
• Cycle Route
• Public Transport
• Wildlife Areas
• Disability Access – main route fully accessible, side routes have steps, resting places, clear information, clear site lines
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
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0115 915 5555