Barnwood Arboretum is a local nature reserve within Barnwood Park and belongs to Gloucester City Council. The arboretum has many mature trees and unimproved grassland, providing habitat for birds, insects and small mammals. They manage the grass by grazing rare breed sheep in the winter.
The Friends of Barnwood Arboretum are helping to develop and maintain the site and also planting new trees while developing a wildflower meadow.
Friends of Barnwood Arbouretum
The Friends of Barnwood Arboretum are celebrating Barnwood Park and Arboretum’s success in being awarded a Green Flag for 2012/13. The Green Flag Award provides national recognition for the achievements of those whose hard work and dedication have helped to create high-quality green spaces for all to enjoy.
Gloucester’s Barnwood Park and Arboretum is one of a record-breaking 1424 parks and green spaces across the country to receive a Green Flag Award this year. The park is open all day, every day.
To make your walk more interesting, a printable tree trail is available and also to download. Tree Trail…
Barnwood Arboretum Photos
Address – Church Lane, Barnwood, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 3JB
On the site, in a repurposed church, is a gym that is popular with fitness fanatics. This gym great place to work out or however for the less inclined the park is a great place for jogging.
Near to the park are a few pubs, including the Turmot Hoer in Abbeydale and also The Royal Oak on Hucclecote Road.
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