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Straws Bridge Nature Reserve

Known locally as `Swan Lake` this is a beautiful place to walk, bird watch and enjoy the views. There are plenty of different paths to take to vary your visit each time.



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Known locally as `Swan Lake` this is a beautiful place to walk, bird watch and enjoy the views. There are plenty of different paths to take to vary your visit each time. The nature reserve is accessible from the Nutbrook Trail.There are a number of smaller nature reserves across Erewash including Trent Meadows in Long Eaton and Pioneer Meadows in Kirk Hallam.More details can be found here

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