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Information on Bird Flu and what to do if you find a sick or dead bird.
Nottingham’s award winning Parks and Open spaces cover 20% of the city’s surface. Ranging from large historic parks and allotments, down to small local green spaces.
Information on allotments and gardening areas.
If you're looking to exercise, you can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor sports facilities available at parks and open spaces across the city.
The information on this page provides the opening and closing times for Nottingham City parks.
Find out about the exciting park activities that are available around Nottingham.
Nottingham City's parks and open spaces can be hired as a venue for your event.
It is our aim to protect and enhance biodiversity and ensure that everyone has a chance to enjoy and benefit from nature now and in the future.
Nottingham City Council manages around 100,000 individual trees, along with over 100 hectares of woods.
Nottingham's park and open spaces offers fun events, calming environments and relaxing natural sites to explore at your leisure.
Developments and future plans for parks across the city.
Find out how to contact the Council for ward winning flower displays and flower nurseries.
Walking has been called the 'perfect exercise' and is the most popular recreational activity for people in England.
Hedgehogs were once a common site in urban areas, but research has shown that we have lost a third of our hedgehogs in ten years.
Find out about your local park rangers and how they help local parks.
Find out more about a new memorial, dedicated to Nottinghamshire's Great War dead. You can also donate to the project.