Bramcote Hills Park, Colliers Woodin Moorgreen, Alexandrina Plantation/Sandy Lanein Bramcote, Brinsley Headstocks and The Old Church Tower in Bramcote are all celebrating after retaining the prestigious Green Flag award.
The judges were particularly enthusiastic about Colliers Wood and commented that it was a “gem of a site, well used and respected by the community with a fantastic Friends Group”.
They went on to say that it was an “exceptional site and a joy to visit and all involved should be proud of what has been achieved”.
The Green Flag awards recognise and reward the best parks and green spaces across the country.
A Green Flag is a sign to the public that the space boasts very high standards, is well maintained and has good facilities.
Councillor Helen Skinner said: “Colliers Wood is one of the borough’s most popular sites with very important environmental qualities and we are delighted to be celebrating the Green Flag award.”
The Friends Group at Alexandrina Plantation and Sandy Lane Local Nature Reserve this year celebrate 20 years since the group were first formed and will be promoting this and the retention of the Green Flag this summer.