Caldy Park

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Caldy Park: In 1991 Caldy Nature Park was founded when land was adopted by the City Council for use by the public as an open space, and for the benefit of wildlife, from housing companies building around the Valley. With the help of a group of people from the local area, the layout for the Park was designed and created in 30 acres of land on the eastern edge of Chester. This included creating footpaths, sluices, and bridges, as well as planting wildflowers and trees. It has been designated a site of biological importance as it has a wide variety of habitats, aquatic ponds, streams and wetlands, of which Caldy Brook is the source. The terrestrial includes a wildflower meadow and butterfly garden, with a small wooded area and scattered trees, and hedgerows along the boundaries, as well as scrub areas. There is a series of footpaths to guide people through the various areas.

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Chester, Cheshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Caldy Valley, Caldy Nature Park

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Address: Caldy Nature Park, Caldy Valley Road, Huntington, Chester, Cheshire, UK.
Phone: +44 1244 402397
Email: landscape@chester.gov.uk

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