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Snedshill and the Flash

In September 2022, Snedshill and the Flash, was declared a local nature reserve in the Telford and Wrekin Borough. 

The local nature reserve covers an area of 48 hectares of land in three distinct compartments within Priorslee and St Georges. 

Snedshill covers a former mine working location and is comprised of secondary woodland and grassland areas. The Flash covers an extensive area of woodland and grassland and the mature Hangman's pool, the pool has historically been used for angling. The Flash is a god site for bat activity throughout the summer. The final area is Redhill Eco Park with great crested newt pools and pitmounds covering land around Redhill development in St Georges. Reptile, other amphibian and other bird species can be found across all three sites. 


Address

Access to Snesdhill from Furnace Road, TF2 9HA and Holyhead Road B5061. 

Acess to the Flash on Derwent Drive, TF2 9QR. 

Acess to Redhill Eco Park from Daisy Bank Drive TF2 9UL.


Parking

There are no public car parks near Snedshill.

There is some roadside parking aong Derwent Drive for the Flash. 

There are no public car parks for Redhill Eco Park. 


The location of Snedshill on Google Maps


The location of the Flash on Google Maps

Last updated: 05/10/2022 09:07