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country park

n
(Human Geography) Brit an area of countryside, usually not less than 10 hectares, set aside for public recreation: often funded by a Countryside Commission grant
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Plans for an extra 100 car parking spaces at Plean Country Park have been withdrawn by Stirling Council.
The 50th anniversary of the closure of a colliery will be marked with an event at Severn Valley Country Park.
THE school holidays are more than half-way through and if you are running out of ideas about how to amuse the little darlings then why not head to your nearest country park and let them go wild?
The vice chair of a campaign group aimed at saving a country park in Bridgnorth from large scale development has said plans to "replace" it with nearby woodland are "completely unworkable".
Motorists were shocked when arriving at Royden Country Park in Wirral to find parking machines were no longer accepting cash.
ANEW one-way traffic system has come into force at a popular country park.
North Parks (includes Kingsbury Water Park, Hartshill Hayes and Pooley Country Park): ?
The Vale of Glamorgan Council plans to turn acres of Cosmeston Lakes Country Park, in Penarth, and Barry's Porthkerry Country Park into sites for "high-quality camping pods".
The proposed improvements at the parks include: Druridge Bay Country Park | Replace the old play equipment and extend and refurbish the cafe and the outdoor seating area.
It will see the creation of a new roundabout, replacement of a road bridge and the addition of a boardwalk alongside Balgray Reservoir within Dams to Darnley Country Park.
HAPPY couples will soon be able to get married in a medieval village or in the meadow of a country park.

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