Here is why we need to:
Save the Green Open Spaces
This area of land needs to be adopted as part of the overall Stanley Park Conservation Area.
Wild Life Habitat
Salisbury Woodland and the surrounding area form a vital and unique wildlife corridor, that is home to native trees, flora, fauna, birds and small mammals. This habitat will be lost if this land is developed.
Over 75% of Blackpool is developed, the Stanley Park area offers 45% of the available Green Space in the town, if this land is lost then that will be reduced to 28%, and once it’s gone it’s gone forever.
The World Health Organisation recognises that Green Spaces are important to mental health. They can improve well-being and aid in treatment of mental illness through physical activity in a natural environment.
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