Take a walk around Peasholm Glen with these 8 pictures

Take a walk around Peasholm Glen with these 8 pictures

Take a walk through the woodland and waterfalls of Peasholm Glenn with these 8 pictures.

Peasholm Glenn links Peasholm Park with Manor Road cemetery and is a vision of green woodland, waterfalls, streams and has one of the most diverse tree collections in the county. Take a walk through the glen with these pictures.

Peasholm Glen was phase two of the Peasholm Park development and was officially opened in 1932.

1. History

Peasholm Glen was phase two of the Peasholm Park development and was officially opened in 1932.
Richard Ponter
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There are several wooden sculptures along the trail. Peasholm Park Friends raised funds to pay for the artwork.

2. Sculptures

There are several wooden sculptures along the trail. Peasholm Park Friends raised funds to pay for the artwork.
Charlie Mason
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Water runs through the Glen along various small streams and waterfalls flowing into Peasholm Lake.

3. Waterfalls

Water runs through the Glen along various small streams and waterfalls flowing into Peasholm Lake.
Richard Ponter
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29 special trees form the trail. Species from China, America, Japan, Iran and Europe form the collection including a Dickson's Golden Elm, once thought to be extinct, and five Champion trees (the largest/tallest example in Britain.)

4. Tree trail

29 special trees form the trail. Species from China, America, Japan, Iran and Europe form the collection including a Dickson's Golden Elm, once thought to be extinct, and five Champion trees (the largest/tallest example in Britain.)
Richard Ponter
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