The Cranwell Avenue Green Park consists of a Community Nature Reserve and a Community Green Space.
In July 2013, a group was formed of members from the local community. They all saw the potential in an old decaying and overgrown nature reserve that hadn't been cared for in years. With the aim to renovate this nature reserve and sustain it in the future to allow the local community to use and enjoy this haven for wildlife and plants, we formed a constitution and became an official group in August 2013.
We are now working closely with representatives from Lancaster City Council, who own the land, Lancashire County Council and the Environment Agency, who care for the Burrow Beck that flows past the Cranwell Avenue Green Park.
If you are interested in this project and would like to receive regular updates from the Group, you can sign up for the monthly email-newsletter here.