Green Flag parks and Local Nature Reserves

Salford has nine Green Flag Award winning parks and open spaces - a mark of excellence that recognises the best green spaces in the country.

The award winning sites are:

The Green Flag Award signifies that a park has met strict criteria, including recognition that it is a clean, safe and welcoming place to spend leisure time.

Awards are given on an annual basis and winners must apply each year to renew their Green Flag status for each site.

Find out more about the scheme.

Local nature reserves

Local nature reserves form an important part of our city. They support a rich and vibrant variety of wildlife, and make the places where we live and work healthier and less stressful.

Salford has six designated Local Nature Reserves which are:

For more information, please contact the ranger team using the online form below.

Urban wetland

In addition to our parks and local nature reserves, Salford has a new urban space, Kersal Wetlands. This was created as part of a £10 million flood protection scheme and is home to birds, wildlife, nature as well as a great space for runners, cyclists and walkers. 

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