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Richardson Dees Park, Wallsend In Photos

Richardson Dees Park lies to North of Wallsend town centre and includes a state of the art multi-age play area, quiet woodland walks, formal planting, sports facilities and vibrant natural habitat including a lake, tennis courts, bowling greens, outdoor gym & woodland pathways.

The park has been undergoing a Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funded ‘Wallsend Parks for People’ restoration project which meant the southern end of the park and the western edge of the park was closed for around 12 months until January 2014 along with the Wallsend Hall Grounds.

Updated pictures will be added as they become available and don’t forget you can share links to your own photos or send them to us by email using wallsendphotos@ our site address 🙂

 

 

Wallsend Arboretum Photos

The Friends of Wallsend Parks secured £2000 pounds from ‘The Big Tree Plant’ initiative and successfully planted 7 mature specimen trees and several hundred saplings at the Arboretum or ‘Valley’ north of Prince Road directly across from the North end of Richardson Dees Park. Among the specimens on view as you walk through the park are …

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Wallsend Dene & Waggonway

One of the largest and most diverse local conservation resources, Wallsend Dene & Waggonway is an important wildlife corridor linking the river Tyne to the heart of the borough of North Tyneside. Wallsend Dene was designated as a local Nature Reserve in 2005 an is also a site of Nature conservation interest. The reserve is a mosaic …

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Wallsend Hall Grounds – Photos

Directly opposite Richardson Dees Park with it’s entrance on Kings Road lie the picturesque grounds of Wallsend Hall. Pleasant tree-lined pathway’s which are a favourite route of dog walkers run along each side of the stream which through the middle of the Hall Grounds. Either side are various types of trees along with a decorative assortment …

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2 comments

  1. Margaret Armstrong

    Is it possible to have a guided tour of the park on Wednesday afternoon -6th August 2014 for a group of ladies? Margaret Armstrong

    1. The Tynesider

      The contact details on the following link might be able to help with your query Margaret 🙂 good luck http://www.northtyneside.gov.uk/browse-display.shtml?p_ID=530874&p_subjectCategory=803

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