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Stafford

There are multiple open spaces to visit in Stafford. Select one of the options below for more information:

Hanchurch Hills

Situated approximately 2 miles west of Trentham and four miles south of Newcastle, Hanchurch Hills Picnic Site provides the setting for the Hanchurch Hills Walks.

Location: Hanchurch Hills, Hanchurch, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 8SN

Facilities: Parking, picnic area.

Opening Hours

Open all year round. 

View the park location on Google Maps.

Stafford to Newport Greenway

This greenway now forms part of the route of the county council's Way for the Millennium, a long distance route running east-west across the county.

Size: 8.6 miles.

Location: There are many points of access between Stafford and Newport.

Facilities: Car Parking, toilets, picnic area, refreshments.

Opening hours

Open all year round.

View the greenway location on Google Maps.

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Funding Available for Projects that Help Improve the Local Environment

Community groups from across Staffordshire are being invited to apply for funding for projects that help improve their local environment.
Date:
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Date:
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