The stretch of the River Leen within Nottingham City boundary - flowing from North to South originating at Kirkby in Sheffield and entering the City boundary at Bulwell near Moorbridge, flowing through Bulwell town centre, Basford, Radford and Lenton and into the south of the city centre to join the River Trent. Over the past 12 months, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has been supporting the Environment Agency in efforts to improve water quality along the River Leen thanks to funding support linked to the Water Framework Directive.
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Springfield Corner is home to a particularly tranquil section of the River Leen. Find out more about this nature reserve here
Moorbridge Pond lies against Springfield Corner with the River Leen, train and tram splitting the sites into 2. The source of the original 'Bul Well' is here. More information on this nature reserve can be found here
One of the most public stretches of the River Leen, this is a good place for a gentle walk or a play on the play park right in the heart of Bulwell town centre. More information abuot Bulwell Bogs can be found here
Right next to Bulwell Riverside Centre is a mixture of woodland and grassland alongside the River Leen.
Vernon Park has open space, mature trees and a lake right alongside the river - a great place to relax and explore.
Wades Pond as an open expanse of water on the River Leen where you have a good chance of spotting ducks and other birds.
This 1 hectare nature reserve, managed by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, hosts a fantastic display of wildflowers, right alongside a business park!