Wolverhampton edition Monopoly - check it out and vote for your beautiful parks in Wolverhampton
When you take a walk on the wildside, you often see that death is not the end; indeed quite the opposite. Death can be the beginning.
Here is a great example of that - shown beautifully by Dave, our Flickr contributor, who shared this lovely photograph with us that he took down at Smestow Valley.
This velvet shank thrives on the trunk of a dead tree. For more information about the velvet shank - click the link.
Dog and chips …
Not another story about animals and food? No, more a question really …
The Environment Secretary…
If you love wildlife and love spring/summer - why not check out this delightful v.short video ^Wilf
We are proud of our city and our parks and we want you to share in that pride. There are many parks and green spaces within walking distance in Wolverhampton.
Local nature reserves
Traditional Victorian parks
Some with play areas, golf, football pitches, lakes, tennis courts etc
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