Wolverhampton

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The Category Wolverhampton is a subset of Greater Birmingham. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Wolverhampton which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/visiting/parks-green-spaces-and-nature-reserv...

Size (acreage)80
Overview

'There are many informal walks through the country park and opportunities to view or photograph a wide variety of wildlife, in their natural habitats. Northycote Farm itself is a Tudor farmhouse and is steeped in history. The farmhouse itself is not always open to the public, but throughout the year, it is opened to the public for tours and other events.'

Description from

Wolverhampton City Council

See also

Northycote Farm to Moseley Old Hall Walk [National Trust]

www.wulfrun-walkers.co.uk

Overview

'We are a friendly local independent walking club, founded in 1947 ... We have 120 members coming mostly from within a ten mile radius of the city. The age range of our club is mainly 50+ but we do have some younger members. '

www.historywebsite.co.uk/articles/HistoricalWalks/HistoricalWalks.html

Overview

'Series of historical walks which feature many aspects of Wolverhampton's past. A photograph of each point of interest is included, along with a map giving its location and a brief description.'

blackcountryhistory.org/map-trails/

Overview

'Click on an image ... to see one of our City Trails with old photos pinned to an interactive map and take a trip down memory lane! Once the map opens, click and drag with your mouse to move around the map, double click on the map to zoom in.'

Description from

Black Country History

www.walkingenglishman.com/ldp/wolverhamptonring.html

Distance (miles)29
Overview

A great way to discover Wolverhampton [1] Not too many stiles and steep hills - - - : [2] Cafes and pubs along the way - - - : [3] Easy access by bus - - - : [4] Fine views of the city centre ALERT Link changed to Walking Englishman.

Description from

The Walking Englishman

www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/visiting/walking-trails

Overview

'Explore Wolverhampton's past with 2 different walking trails that guide you around city centre landmarks and the 21 Lock canal network ... Enjoy the heritage of the city and improve your health at the same time!'

Description from

Wolverhampton City Council

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