Birchwood Nature Park is located to the South West of Lincoln, on the north side of the Doddington Road (B1190) by the Doddington Road Roundabout. On the north and east boundaries is housing, to the west is Hospital and Skellingthorpe Moor Plantation. It was first proposed in the early 1990’s as an area of informal open space close to the steadily expanding Birchwood housing estate. The project was completed in March 1996.
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Birchwood Nature Park covers an area of approximately 4.5 hectares, making it one of the smaller green spaces within the City of Lincoln. However, Birchwood Nature Park differs from other open spaces in the city in that among its winding footpaths it contains a variety of wooden sculptures, ranging from the waving bear at the main entrance, to the dog at the corner of the summer meadow. These sculptures were created by local chainsaw sculptor, Mick Burns.
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