The walk is rich in wild flowers, some of which are quite rare. In some cases they only grow in a single location. Please don't pick them. We welcome your photographs to include in this catalogue but please be careful not to kneel on other plants when taking them.
Read more: Wildflowers on The Walk
The Environment Agency states that Japanese Knotweed is the most invasive species of plant in Britain and it spreads extremely quickly, preventing native vegetation from growing.
All those who care about the Parkland Walk need to work together to eradicate the pest called Japanese Knotweed. It may also have migrated into nearby back gardens and we need to work with neighbours to stop it leapfrogging the walk boundary.
Read more: Japanese Knotweed