Parks and countryside
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice
All Parks and Countryside sites are currently open. Please follow government advise on social distancing, which can be found at https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Play areas will remain open. Hand sanitiser will not be provided on site so please ensure that you bring your own to use before and after you use the equipment.
The current advice is that you can visit parks and countryside sites for exercise as long as you remain in your local area. You should not currently travel outside of your local area to visit any of our sites.
Sadly, due to the restrictions in place across the borough and in neighbouring areas, all of our Parks and Countryside events are suspended for the foreseeable future.
On some of our sites we have created self guided trails that you can complete as you walk around the park. Details of these can be found on the webpages for each site.
We have created a number of educational resources helping to address the requirements outlined within the National Curriculum.These resources were originally designed to compliment Ranger led workshops but can also be used as stand alone resources. Click on the title above to be directed to the Natural Learning Resource page.
Find information about the parks and countryside sites we run, the events we organise and how you can get involved and find out more
- Parks and Countryside Sites
- The Ranger Service
- Natural Learning Resources
- Play Areas
- Tawd Valley Park Project
Keep in touch
It's easy to keep up-to-date with what the rangers are up to and get reminders about events in our parks:
- Follow us on twitter @WLBC_Rangers (external link)
- Like us on facebook /wlbc.rangers (external link)