Nether Poppleton Millennium Green & Pond is located at 36 Church Ln, Nether Poppleton, York YO26 6LB, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Nether Poppleton Millennium Green & Pond and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Michelle Jamieson

5 Google Rating

Just love having this little treasure in my doorstep.

5/ 5

Just love having this little treasure in my doorstep.

Sarah Clarke

5 Google Rating

The trustees do amazing work to keep this field looking great. It's a lovely place to spend time wal

5/ 5

The trustees do amazing work to keep this field looking great. It's a lovely place to spend time walking or sitting.

Helen Callow

5 Google Rating

It's a quiet peaceful place.

5/ 5

It's a quiet peaceful place.

Karl Hebdon

3 Google Rating

Was ok. A nice small park. Used by a lot of dog walkers. Unfortunately lazy owner who don't pick up

3/ 5

Was ok. A nice small park. Used by a lot of dog walkers. Unfortunately lazy owner who don't pick up after they dogs. Actually free poo bags for them to use. Lazy locals.

Musfera Isaq

5 Google Rating

Loved it

5/ 5

Loved it

Cath Simpkins

5 Google Rating

Lovely, peaceful green space and nice place for a walk. Reasonable sized free car park. There is a s

5/ 5

Lovely, peaceful green space and nice place for a walk. Reasonable sized free car park. There is a small book swap hub at the entrance. It is an interesting walk around, as there information boards, benches to sit on, a very interesting sundial, an orchard, 4 fabulous metalwork bird sculptures, couple of ponds and an old hand pump as well as the moatfield ancient monument. A sign informs folk that you "are welcome to pick the fruit in the orchard, but only off the trees that have no ribbons on. And 1 bag per family." The walk can be continued along the banks of the Ouse, going under the railway bridges.

Neville Winteringham (Nev)

5 Google Rating

Lovely gem of a place.Never knew it was there but a great find. Nice walk ,not difficult and plenty

5/ 5

Lovely gem of a place.Never knew it was there but a great find. Nice walk ,not difficult and plenty of seats and benches . Definitely visiting again.

Tim Pheby

4 Google Rating

Great place to walk off New Year's blues

4/ 5

Great place to walk off New Year's blues

Elaine Craven

5 Google Rating

Great place for a quiet walk, not too long and not too far to get to.

5/ 5

Great place for a quiet walk, not too long and not too far to get to.

Paulyg

5 Google Rating

Lovely space to sit and contemplate

5/ 5

Lovely space to sit and contemplate

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