Crown Lakes Country Park
Whatever time of day or year you visit, the rich population of animal, bird, insect and plant life means there’s always something to see at Crown Lakes. More than 75,000 native trees and shrubs were planted at Crown Lakes in 1997 when O&H Hampton set about transforming the abandoned brickworks site into a country park. With the help of ecologists, they created a range of ideal habitats including ponds, wildflower areas, a bat roost and hibernation mound.
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