Our work - Recreation and sustainable travel

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Woodlands and associated green spaces are a major resource for leisure and recreation. We aim to ensure woodland is available to all by improving access both to and within woodlands.
 

We are also creating multi-use greenways linking town and country, using tree lined streets to complement rights of way, and planting trees along transport corridors. W promote the use of walking, cycling, and public transport to reach woodlands.

Recreation and sustainable travel projects:
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Colliers Moss Access Improvements

Colliers Moss has been transformed from a no-go area to wonderful community asset Read more about Colliers Moss Access Improvements
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Bold Forest Park

Since 1991, The Mersey Forest has brought together a range of partners to create a vibrant Forest Park and natural asset in St. Helens. Read more about Bold Forest Park
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Ilchester Park

Ilchester Park in Birkenhead has undergone a dramatic transformation with a 67,000 grant from the Veolia Environmental Trust Read more about Ilchester Park

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