Gnosall Parish Council is delighted to have completed the second stage of its exciting Acres
Open Space project.
To commemorate this latest phase of improvements, a new site leaflet has been produced
celebrating the interest of this wonderful wetland at the heart of Gnosall.
Following on from last year’s wetland restoration and installation of a new boardwalk, this
year’s work has focussed on improving facilities at this popular location.
A scenic new family picnic area has been created, with tables and benches made from UK
recycled plastic. Three individual interpretation panels have been installed – each detailing
the fascinating history and management of this unique green site. Other new facilities include
new waymarking finger-posts and gateway features – all made from local green oak.
The project has been funded by Staffordshire Environmental Fund and Leader (Communities
Mean Business) Programme.
Copies of the leaflet are available from the Gnosall Parish Council office or outlets
throughout the village.