Kenilworth Greenway

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The Kenilworth Greenway is a disused railway line that has long since overgrown to create a wildlife corridor running four and a half miles from Kenilworth to Berkswell Station. The Greenway, as well as being a linear Country Park, is a permissive bridleway which means that it can be used by pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders. Kissing gates have been installed to prevent unauthorised access by motorbikes, and horse riders will need to buy an annual permit for a key to get onto the Greenway. The track is segregated with a natural grass track for horses and a firm track made from recycled materials and Derbyshire limestone for other users. Left to itself, the old railway became a wildlife corridor. Hawthorn, birch and other plants quickly took hold and softened the edges, animals and birds found cover for dens and nests. People have also found a traffic free route to and from Crackley Wood where, if you are quiet, you might see a fox.

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Access points A429, Crackley Lane Bridge and off Hodgets Lane at Burton Green.


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Address: Kingsbury Water Park, Bodymoor Heath Lane, Bodymoor Heath, Warwickshire, B76 0DY, UK.
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