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Wildflower meadows

As well as brightening up the borough, our urban wildflower meadows are vital for our ecosystem; providing pollinators such as bees and butterflies and other insects with food, shelter and places to breed.

For 2022, following positive feedback from residents, South Ribble Borough Council has expanded its urban wildflower planting programme to include 10 new locations across the borough. Seeds were sown shortly after Easter in the following 45 areas (* = new for 2022)

 

Bamber Bridge, Walton-Le-Dale and Higher Walton


Withy Grove Park- on right at entrance to leisure centre on Brindle Rd

Gregson Lane Playing Field

King George V Higher Walton - on mound on left at entrance

Holland House bank on left at entrance

Carrwood Road/Millwood Road opposite The Hunters Pub

Along verge on Carrwood Way

Roundabout at junction of Carrwood Road, Carrwood Way & Valley View

Bellis Way at rear of playground

Hennel Lane on banking near entrance to Dog Kennel Wood

Roundabout at top of Brownedge Road - as you cross over to Bamber Bridge

Outside the Hob Inn at Bamber Bridge

Corner of Cinnamon Hill Drive North and Chatsworth Way

 

Leyland and Farington


Moss Side Village Green

Broadfield Drive Opposite St Mary's Church

Dalehead Road Green

Farington Park - where paths meet near Bashall Grove

Leyland Way - on banking

North Lodge entrance

In front of Mini Golf at Worden

Tractor on Leyland Lane

In front of Bobby the horse

Field at end of Cowling Way (can be seen from Schleswig Way)

Western Drive

Bent Lane - sowing is delayed because of work on site by the Regeneration team

Field next to Barnhey/Leyland Lane

Leadale Green

Buckshaw Village - near SR sign on Central Ave

Buckshaw Village - roundabout on Central Ave

Shruggs Wood

Tank Roundabout

 

Penwortham


Kingsfold Drive/ Hawksbury Drive end by fence on banking

Hawksbury Drive opposite shops

Pope Lane Park

Triangle on Cop Lane next to the cycle path through to HGP

Margaret Road - land not available for a meadow this year

Queensway

Marshalls Brow - opposite Middleforth Green Park car park, on grass triangle

Bank Top Road playground

 

Western Parishes


Much Hoole Playing Field, Northern Avenue

Shirley Lane, Longton

Chapel Lane / Liverpool Road / New Longton

Brownhill Lane

Hutton Playing Field wildlife area

Front of hedge from Hutton to Longton

The Grove Longton

Gill Lane Walmer Bridge/junction of bypass

Dob Lane Walmer Bridge/junction of bypass

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