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This part of the index gives links and brief information about :

  • Most of the good walks available within or very near to Coventry and
     
  • Conservation Areas and
     
  • Nature Areas with public access and
     
  • A few others which could be of interest ...


 

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2. A1 Alan Higgs Centre Map33 T18-U18 Description   A new Leisure Centre and Football Academy, with nearby footpaths
2.A2 Allesley Country Paths Map11 B3 to
Map12 J5 to
Map21 F12
 A10
ExtA Walk in Coventry's Ancient Arden
Coventry City Council 'Guide to Walks' leaflet
Coventry Evening Telegraph Country Walks 6.5.2002 book
2002 Book p7
Elkin Wood Desc'n
1 dog but beware of farm animals Extensive farmland within Coventry boundaries.  Rights of way footpaths shown on map.
1st link is to walk I submitted to Walking Britain website.
2nd link is to the Coventry City Council "Guide to Walks in .." leaflet.

3rd reference is to the Coventry Evening Telegraph new book "ExtCountry Walks with Ron Weston " published May-2002.
4th link is to Elkin Wood Description
2.A3

Allesley Park & Village

AP to Coundon Wedge

Map21 H11-I12

Map21 G12 to I11 & Map22 J11 to K9

Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 4-Apr-2001

Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Country Walk 6-May-2006

2 dogs

1 dog

Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 4-Apr-2001

Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Country Walk 6-May-2006

2.A4 Allesley Park Walled Garden Map21 H12 Description   Help our volunteers to re-create the sights, sounds and tastes of a traditional kitchen garden producing fruit, flowers and vegetables from a  bygone age.
2.A5 Allesley Village Conservation Area Map21 H11-I11 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
ACWCS Leaflet
 

Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
 
See also 2007 leaflet "ALLESLEY VILLAGE COVENTRY : A Village Trail and A Countryside Walk On Coundon Wedge" : published by ExtACWCS & available from Coventry Central Library

2.A6 Allesley Village Jubilee Nature Reserve Map21 I12 Description    
2.A7

Anderson Garden

Map21 I11 Description   A delightful little garden in Allesley, created in 2003 as a memorial to Rob and Molly Anderson
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Bell Green Wildlife Conservation Area Map23 T8 Description   A small and little known oasis
2.B2 Binley Recreation Ground Map43 X19 see Claybrookes Marsh 1 dog A large area of open grass adjacent to Claybrookes Marsh, with linking paths through the fence.
2.B3 Binley Sowe River Walks Map33 V15-W15 Description 1 dog A little known short Sowe Valley walk.  Can link to Binley Church footpath and return by part of the Sowe Valley Footpath.
2.B4 Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve Map43 Y21-Z22
OS Explorer Sheet 221 GR:385758
ExtBrandon Marsh SSSI website   Just Outside Coventry - SE 4mi.
 200 acres of lakes, marshes, woodland and grassland.
2.B5 Brandon Wood Map43 Z19-ZA20;
OS Explorer Sheet 221 GR:395766
   2 dogs Just Outside Coventry - ESE 4mi.
178 acres of Replanted Ancient Woodland owned by the Friends of Brandon Wood and managed by it's Trustees.
2.B6 Bunsons Wood Map12 K3-K4 Description 1 dog Ancient Woodland worth exploring.
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Caludon Castle Park /
Caludon Hall Park
Map23 W12 Description

ExtBBC C&W
2 dogs Are Caludon Castle Park and Caludon Hall Park the same place?
 
The BBC C&W link is to "The Legend of Coventry's St George"
2.C2 Canley Corridor Map31 C17 to
Map32 K18

Description

ExtCoventry City Council - Canley Regeneration

1 dog

A narrow green corridor, but wide in parts.  Mixed short grass and long wild herb areas.  Overshadowed by the railway, and the noises and smells of the Torrington Avenue factories beyond, but an interesting walk.

Due for "Environmental Improvements" as part of CCC "Canley Regeneration" 

2.C3 Canley Ford Map32  L18 to
Map42  K19
Description
Friends of Canley Ford website Booklet
2 dogs  The booklet "Canley Ford History Trail" , prepared by The friends of Canley Ford History Group, is available from Herbert Art Gallery or the Information Office. 
2.C4 Canley Way Map31 C18 to Map42 L19 Ext"Photo Website"   Canley Way prpoposed walking route.  Link is to a flickr slideshow index which incldes an outline description of plan and a draft map.
2.C5 Cash's Park and Cash's Spinney Map22 O11-12 open Radford and Foleshill route description page 1 dog A small Spinney in a small but attractive park near the jinctions of Cash's Lane with Kingfield Road.
2.C6 Chapelfields Conservation Area Map32 L13 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
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Claybrookes Marsh Map43 X19 to
Map33 Y18

Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
Notice Board

2 dogs This is an important wildlife area that has developed on what was once part of Binley Colliery and railway sidings.
2.C8 Coombe Abbey Country Park just East of
Map33 ZA13;
OS Explorer Sheet 222 GR:404798

ExtCoombe Country Park
Coventry City Council Coombe Woodlands 
 leaflet 
Story of Coombe Abbey
ExtA Panorama

3 dogs

Just Outside Coventry - E 4mi.
450 acres of woodland, lakes and beautiful gardens
1st Ref.  to CCC Coombe Country Park webpage
2nd Ref. to CCC Woodlands leaflet
3rd Ref. is to internet version of "The Story of Coombe Abbey" on this site
4th link is to a Panorama, which then links to more panoramas ...

2.C9 Coombe Park Events and Activites as above ExtList of Events   Then click on links for range of dates of interest to you.
2.C10 Corley Moor Map11 
(nearly all of this sheet?)
Coventry Evening Telegraph Country Walks books - see references below
Book 2 Walk 6
Book 3 Walk 9
1999 Book pp 42-43
1 dog but beware of farm animals Just Outside Coventry - NW 4½mi.
Corley Moor village is in Warwickshire, but the vast area of farmland just to the south-east is all in Coventry, and usually referred to as Corley Moor. [Reference are to the Coventry Evening Telegraph Country Walks books, reprints from the regular Saturday articles in the paper since 1982;  A new book "ExtCountry Walks by Ron Weston" was published May-2002. ]
2.C11
Coundon Hall Park Map22 K7-L8 Description 3 dogs Also known simply as "Coundon Park"
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Coundon Wedge

Map22 J8 to
Map21 I11

Map22 K7 to J11 & Map21 I11 to I21

Description
Coventry City Council 'Guide to Walks in Coundon Wedge' leaflet
Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Country 
      Walk 7-Jan-2006 : Coundon Wedge to Allesley Village

ACWCS leaflet

3 dogs

Excellent walking country in the Coventry "Green Belt" wedge, not effected as much as feared by the "recent" new road.
Coventry City Council link is to their "Guide to Walks in .." leaflet.
 
Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Country Walk 7-Jan-2006 : Coundon Wedge to Allesley Village
 
See also 2007 leaflet "ALLESLEY VILLAGE COVENTRY : A Village Trail and A Countryside Walk On Coundon Wedge" : published by ExtACWCS & available from Coventry Central Library

2.C13 Coundon Wood Map22 J7-K7 Description 3 dogs A new wood created in 2005 SW of Coundon Park
2.C14 Coventry Cathedral Quarter Map32 P14-P15 Walk of 1000 years   Reference is to a booklet "Walk of 1000 years:  A unique tour through a unique history - Coventry's Cathedral Quarter".  Available from Tourist Information Centre price £1.
2.C15
Coventry City Centre Map32 N13-P15

Coventry's Historic Heart : A Walking Tour

 

Updated trail book 2004 - Available from Tourist Information Centre price £1

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Coventry City Wall Map32 O14-Q15 Transcripts of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walks 31-Mar-2001 and 7-Apr-2001 - use links below
CET 31-Mar
CET 7-Apr
ExtPhotos
 

Transcripts of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walks 31-Mar-2001 & 7-Apr-2001

The Photos link is to The City Walls page of ExtRob Orlands Coventry site.

2.C17 Crampers Field Map22 M12 ExtCoventry Evening Telegraph article about seats on Crampers Field   A little green on Moseley Avenue.  See also note with Naul's Mill Park below.
2.C18 Cubbington Road Open Space Map23 S7 Description
open Longford and Foleshill route description page
1 dog  
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Draycote Water Country Park OS Explorer Sheet 222 GR: 464 690 ExtSevern Trent web-site 2 dogs Just Outside Coventry - SE 10mi.
This 20 acre Country Park offers wonderful views over Draycote Water Reservoir.
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Eagle St. Park & 7 Places of Worship Map22 P12 to Map32 P13
Description   A small community park which has recently had a "makeover".  Nearby are 7 PW (Places of Worship) within a small area.
2.E2 Earlsdon, Hearsall Common & Old Canley Map32 J15 to
Map42 K19
Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 21-Apr-2001 2 dogs Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 21-Apr-2001.
2.E3 Eastern Green Corridor Map31 D13 to
Map32 J14
Description 1 dog A narrow green corridor, but with lots of trees and a good variety of building types.
2.E4 Eastern Green Recreation Ground Map21 C12 ExtCoventy CC Parks 1 dog A large grassed area with some benches and a children's play area
2.E5 Edgwick Park Map22 Q9 ExtCoventy CC Parks   A small community park, but with good mature trees, and interestingly almost completely surrounded by terraced houses backing onto the park.
2.E6 Elkin Wood Map11 E5 Description 1 dog A wood in linked to many Allesley Country Paths
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Far Gosford Street Conservation Area Map32 Q15-R14 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
2.F2 Fillongley OS Explorer Sheet 221 or
Map11 E1-E2
Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 21-Apr-2001 1 dog Transcript of Coventry Telegraph Urban Walk 7-Jul-2007.
2.F3 Fisher Park Map22 G8-G9     A small community park which has recently had a "makeover" (a rejuviation project funded by the Single Regeneration Budget)
2.F4 Floyds Fields Map31 C16 Description 3 dogs One of Coventrys less well known formal parks.
2.F5 Foleshill Park Map22 N8-P8 ExtCoventy CC
Holbrooks Park
2 dogs This was Foleshill Park.  It was marked Foleshill Park on some maps, but not on others, and has no notices on site.  It is in Whitmore Park district, and sometimes gets labelled Whitmore Park.  From early 2005 it has been called Holbrooks Park.  See ExtNew name to end park 'confusion'for details.
2.G1 Gosford Green and
Gosford Park
 
Map33 S15 to
Map32 R14
ExtCoventy CC Parks 1 dog Gosford Green is described as part of Stoke Green Conservation Area.
Gosford Park is surrounded by busy roads, but a little green oasis.
Both are in the Gosford Green district, divided by the new A444, but linked via the new grass verges of the realigned Humber Road.
2.G2 Greyfriars Green Conservation Area Map32 O15 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
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Hawkesbury Junction Conservation Area Map13 T4-U3 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure 2 dogs see also Sutton Stop
2.H2 Hawkesbury Village Green Map13 V5 Description 1 dog An interesting Community Park by the Oxford Canal.
2.H3 Hartshill Hayes Country Park OS Explorer Sheet 232 GR: 315 946 ExtWarwickshire CC web-site 3 dogs Just Outside Coventry - NNW 9½ mi.
137 acres of woodland and open hilltop with magnificent views across the Anker Valley.
2.H4 Hartshill Quarryman's Walk OS Explorer Sheet 232 GR: 328 952 ExtPDF file on North Warks website-site   The Quarryman's Walk runs along a two and a half mile stretch of the Coventry Canal at Hartshill, just north of Nuneaton.  The PDF gives detailed description, maps, photos, etc.
2.H5 Hearsall Common Map32 J15-L16 Description 2 dogs

see also "Earlsdon, Hearsall Common & Old Canley" walk above.

2.H6 High Street Conservation Area Map32 O15-P15 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
2.H7 Hill Top Conservation Area Map32 O14-P14 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
2.H8 Holbrooks Park Map22 N8-P8 ExtCoventy CC
Holbrooks Park
2 dogs Untill early-2005 known as Foleshill Park.  See ExtNew name to end park 'confusion' for details.
2.I1 Ivy Farm Lane Conservation Area Map42 J19 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
2.J1 The Jordans Map31 I13     A small wood, listed by Coventry CC and hidden in a housing estate.  A path links to to an interesting steeply terraced meadow between The Jordans and Wendover Rise
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Kenilworth Common OS Explorer Sheet 221 GR:297730   1 dog Just Outside Coventry - SW 4mi
2.K2 Kenilworth Walks OS Explorer Sheet 221 GR:270720 ExtKenilworth Footpath Preservation Group Home Page  1 dog but beware of farm animals Just Outside Coventry - SW 5mi.
Ref leads to latest Kenilworth Footpaths book, published by the Kenilworth Footpath Preservation Group.  The book giving maps and descriptions of 19 round walks for all the family, from 1½ to miles, in Kenilworth and surrounding areas.
2.K3 Kenilworth Road Conservation Area Map41 I24 to
Map32 N17
Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
Coventry City Council Kenilworth Road Woodlands leaflet
 

1st link is to Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure

2nd link is to Coventry City Council Kenilworth Road Woodlands leaflet.

2.K4 Keresley Parish Map11 I2
Map12 M6
Coventry City Council 'Guide to Walks' leaflet
Extopen Keresley Villages website
1 dog but beware of farm animals part of Ancient Arden.
First link is to the Coventry City Council "Guide to Walks in .." leaflet.
Second link is to Keresley Villages website, including an excellent section on the Keresley Eco-Suburb project and the "Save our Greenbelt campaign".
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Lady Herberts Garden Conservation Area Map32 O14-P14 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure  

Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure

2.L2 Lake View Park Map32 K13-L14 Description 3 dogs The Sherbourne Valley Footpath?
2.L3 Leamington walks OS Explorer Sheet 221 GR:335665 ExtBBC web-site 1 dog but beware of farm animals Just Outside Coventry - S 8mi.
Follow the Edwardians in a Leamington walk - review of An unusual book is encouraging walkers to rediscover the footpaths around Leamington, once trodden by our Edwardian fore-fathers. Includes details of 2 of the walks.
2.L4 London Road Conservation Area Map32 Q17 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
2.L5 Longford Park
Longford Corridor
Map13 S6-T6

Description

open Longford and Foleshill route description page

open Longford Urban Walk route description page

3 dogs A local park for Longford & Alderman's Green, but well worth a visit.  The central part of "Longford Corridor", with the River Sowe flowing through wide areas of grass.
2.L6 Longford Community Nature Park Map12 R5 2 dogs Just across Longford Road from the main entrance to Longford park, a path leads past a grassy patch in front of an advertising hording.  Follow this to a surprising large green area, with paths joining up with Coventry Canal.
2.L7 Lower Stoke Railway and London Road Allotments Map32 R18-R15 Description   A Coventry Nature Conservation Site (CNCS)
2.L8 Lunt Roman Fort Map42 Q22 ExtLunt Fort Home   Just Outside Coventry - SSE 2½mi.
In Warwickshire, but run by Coventry City Council
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Memorial Park Map32 N17 to
Map42 M19
Description
ExtCoventry CC web-site
3 dogs Coventry's most visited park.
2.M2 Moseley Avenue Park Map32 M13 to
Map22 M12
ExtCoventy CC Parks 1 dog A small grassed area with laid out paths
2.M3 Millenium Place Map23 O14-P14 ExtDay Time Panorama
ExtNight Time Panorama
  New square with Transport Museum, Whittle Arch, Millenium Clock, etc.  Links are to Panoramic Photos
2.M4 Millisons Wood OS Explorer Sheet 221 GR:262814

Description
ExtEnglish Nature web-site

1 dog Just Outside Coventry - WNW 5½mi.
A 25 acre Local Nature Reserve (LNR) in Meriden, just over the Coventry-Solihull border.
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Naul's Mill Park
Naul's Mill Conservation Area
Map32 N13 open Radford and Foleshill route description page 1 dog A small but attractive park.  If you want a little longer walk, include the canal basin &/or Cramper's Field.  Part of proposed Naul's Mill Conservation Area.  Also part of "Spon End and Nauls Mill Area of Local Distinctiveness".

2.N2

Nuneaton and Bedworth Map12 and North;
OS Explorer Sheets 221 and 232
Description 2 dogs Just Outside Coventry - N 8mi.
Our neighbours, over the border to the north of Coventry.  The Description  gives index to the set of booklets available, and links to outline information and gives details of where to get the booklets.
2.O1 Old Church Road Park Map23 S7 Description 1 dog Officially called "Cubbington Road Open Space" but I prefer the name "Old Church Road Park".
2.O2 Old Shepherd Recreation Ground Map22 L9 Description   There is a green strip between Keresley Road and Kelmscote Road.  (I've called it Old Shepherd Recreation Ground after the PH on Keresley Road - what is correct name?).  To the north is a large area of grass, which provides excellent views from the public path - but this area is private. 
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Peggy's Park Map22 G7     A little open space near the site for the proposed new Arena/ Coventry City Stadium
2.P2 Piles Coppice Map33 Z18 to
Map43 Y19
Description 3 dogs In Warwickshire, but only just over the border.  A Woodland Trust wood.
2.P3 Potters Green Corridor Map23 V7 to
Map23 W10
Description 2 dogs The most complex of the three green "corridors", varying from barely 10yds wide to nearly 1000yds wide.
2.P4 Primrose Hill Park Map32 R13 ExtCoventry City Council - Canley Regeneration   A little green oasis between Hillfields and the site of the old Coventry City Football Club Stadium.
2.P5 Prior Deram Park Map31 I18 ExtCoventry City Council - Canley Regeneration 1 dog a.k.a Canley Park.  Due for major changes, and will be replaced by a "New Park".   Link is to CCC "Canley Regeneration" page
2.P6 Prologis Country Park Map12 N3-O4 Description 3 dogs A newly developed nature area, just over the border in Warwickshire.
2.P7 Purcell Road Meadow Map23 T9-U9 Description 1 dog A nature meadow by the River Sowe.
2.Q1 Quinton Park & Quinton Pool Map32 P18   1 dog A little park with an attractive pool - and many ducks, geese & seagulls.
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Radford Common Map22 M11 ExtCoventy CC Parks 1 dog Large grassed area
2.R2 Radford Recreation Ground Map22 N12-M12   1 dog Large grassed area
2.R3 Red House Park Map22 Q11-R11 ExtCoventy CC Parks   Play area, multi use games area & laid out paths
2.R4 RICOH Arena Map12 Q5 to
Map22 R7
ExtArena Web-site   The Arena area includes the new Coventry City FC Stadium, Tesco Extra and other stores.  Landscaping activities include creating new paths - the maps show those now available.
2.R5 Ryton Organic Gardens OS Explorer Sheet 222 GR:402744 ExtBBC web-site   Just Outside Coventry - SE 5 mi.
10 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens where the vegetable is king and where you can find out everything about organic gardening and food.
2.R6 Ryton Pools Country Park OS Explorer Sheet 221 GR:374728 ExtWarwickshire CC web-site 3 dogs Just Outside Coventry - SSE 4.5 mi.
The 100 acres of Ryton Pools Country Park are just waiting to be explored. The many different habitats are home to a wide range of birds and other wildlife.
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Sherbourne Valley Footpath Map11 D2 to Map42 R22 ExtSherbourne Trust   The Sherbourne Trust wants to create a path through the city of Coventry along the River Sherbourne.
2.S2 Snake in the Grass Map22 Q12     Canal side area, benches
2.S3 Solihull Walks See the leaflets ExtSuggested Walks in Solihull   This page gives links to 8 walk leaflets giving good details to some of the best walks in Solihull.  One (Three Churches) actualy starts in Coventry.
2.S4 Sovereign Park Map32 M15 Picture on News Archive page   An interesting little park near Spon End.  Note the Broomfield Tavern, a pub on the Pub Trail.
2.S5 Sowe Common Map13 X6 to
Map23 W7
see History Notes on Potters Green Corridor 1 dog see History Notes on Potters Green Corridor page for information about former colleries and their transport links
2.S6 Spencer Park Map32 M16-N16 ExtCoventry CC page 1 dog  
2.S7 Spon End Map32 M13 ExtCWN 2001 news item   Link was to the spON-LINE site, but it is now OFF-LINE!  Curent link is next best - what's more it works.
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Spon Street Conservation Area Map32 N14-O14 Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure   Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochures.  See South or North side for "panoramas" of buildings.
2.S9 St Margaret's Park Map33 U13 ExtCoventy CC Parks 1 dog Large grassed area, with a newly refurbished play area for smaller children, and skateboard ramps for the older ones
2.S10 Steetley Meadows Map 43 X21-Y22 Description 1 dog Steetley Meadows is an area of approximately 35 acres of meadows, woodland, willow carr, SSSI and ponds bounded to the north by the River Avon.
2.S11 Stoke Floods
Stoke Flash
Map33 W15-X15 Coventry City Council 'Sowe Valley Footpath' year 2002 Brochure 3 dogs On the Sowe Valley Footpath
2.S12 Stoke Park &
Stoke Green Conservation Area
Map33 S14-S15 Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 5-May-2001
Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
1 dog Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 5-May-2001.
 
Transcript of Coventry City Council Conservation Area Brochure
2.S13 Stoke Heath Common Map23 S11-S12   1 dog With green link path down to Barras Heath then back via Coventry Canal.
2.S14 Sutton Stop Map13 T4-U3 Description 2 dogs The "Stop Lock" at Hawkesbury Junction.  See also Hawkesbury Junction.
The Junction of the Coventry Canal and the Oxford Canal.  Also the end of the Coventry Canal Art Trail, the start of  the Sowe Valley Footpath plus a point on the Warwickshire Centenary Way!
2.S15 Stonebridge Meadows Map42 R21 Coventry City Council 'Sowe Valley Footpath' year 2002 Brochure 2 dogs On the Sowe Valley Footpath proposed extension, but for the time being only sensibly reached by car
2.S16 Swan Lane Pocket Park Map22 R11     Canal side area, benches
2.S17 Swanswell Park & Pool Map32 P13-P14 ExtCCC Website   Try the walk including Swanswell Pool, the City Farm and Primrose Hill Park
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Ten Shilling Wood &
Park Wood
Map31  D18-G18

Description
Coventry City Council Canley Woodlands leaflet
open Canley Woodlands route description page

3 dogs Including the green open space between the woods and Westwood Heath business park.  The woods are also known as "Canley Woodlands"
Coventry City Council link is to Canley Woodlands leaflet.
2.T2 Tile Hill Woods Map31  D14-G15 to D17 Coventry City Council Tile Hill Woodlands leaflet
open Three Woods of Tile Hill route description page 
2 dogs Including Tile Hill Wood, Pig Wood, Plants Hill Wood & Limbrick Wood.
Coventry City Council link is to Tile Hill Woodlands leaflet.
2.T3 The Alan Higgs Centre Map33 T18-U18
Map43 T19
Description   A new Leisure Centre and Football Academy in Allard way, which has a footpath though the main site, a new bridge over the River Sowe, and landscaping plans for the gree area to the south.
2.T4 Top Green Map32 N17 Description   Northern part of Kenilworth Road Conservation Area
2.U1 University of Warwick Sculpture Trail Map41 H20-I21

Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 12-May-2001
 
ExtUni. of Warwick website tour

  Transcript of Coventry Evening Telegraph Urban Walk 12-May-2001.
 
Web-site tour is link to university web site, and then optionally to "Quicktime" panorama views (these are however large files, and slow to download)
2.U2 University of Warwick woodlands Map41 I21 to
Map42 K19
Information Notices
Gibbet Hill Wood
Tocil Wood
Tocil Pools
open Canley Brook route description page
3 dogs Including Tocil Wood (Ancient), Gibbet Hill Wood (Brand New) and the lakes (Tocil Pools) and route along Canley Brook towards Canley Ford.
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Wainbody Wood Map42 K22-K23 Description 2 dogs  
2.W2 War Memorial Park   see Memorial Park above 3 dogs see Memorial Park above
2.W3 Webster's Park Map22 O17 Description 2 dogs Coventry's newest Area Park
2.W4 Willenhall Wood Map43 V20-X19 Description
Coventry City Council Willenhall Wood Woodlands leaflet
2 dogs A large wood, with a well surfaced path into much of it, and lots of grassland beyond.  You can even hear the birds singing - in spite of the planes, trains & automobiles!
Coventry City Council link is to Willenhall Wood Woodlands leaflet.
2.W5 Whitley Area;
Whitley Common
Map32 Q18 to
Map43 S20
Description 2 dogs Including Whitley Common, Whitley Bridge & Whitley Grove, with plenty of scope to explore the open grassland nearby.
2.W6 Woodway Park Map23 X8-Y9 Description 1 dog Woodway Park boasts a mini-green-wedge and a micro-green-corridor.
2.W7 Wyken Croft Nature Park Map23 V11-W11 Description
Coventry City Council 'Sowe Valley Footpath' year 2002 Brochure
2 dogs On the Sowe Valley Footpath, but worth a visit to see the rest of the park, and the little "village" church.
2.W8 Wyken Slough/
Wyken Pool
Map13 U6-V6 Coventry City Council 'Sowe Valley Footpath' year 2002 Brochure 2 dogs On the Sowe Valley Footpath, but worth a visit to see the pool, the rest of the park, and the nature reserve to the east.
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