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Bumble Hole and Warrens Hall Local Nature Reserves

Bumble Hole and Warrens Hall Nature Reserves are great areas for leisurely walks and picnics with open areas of grass and bustling wildlife living along the quiet canal pathways.

Facilities

  • Visitor Centre - including historical displays, souvenirs and a charity stall
  • Refreshments and toilet facilities with limited opening times
  • Large areas of flat managed grass
  • Smaller areas of shaded and un-shaded grass
  • Managed canal side path ways
  • Gads Green football area
  • Close to road side access points

The area is host to the Black Country Boating Festival, an annual event held every September.

  • Bridge at Bumble Hole
  • Path by Bumble Hole
  • Goose

Friends of Bumble Hole and Warrens Hall local nature reserve

This area has an active Friends Group, Friends of Bumble Hole & Warrens Hall Local Nature Reserve. The group was officially established in 1993 when members of the local community volunteered to start discussions on ways of improving and regenerating the area. The group are always recruiting new members, to assist with future plans and events.

  • Bumble Hole and Warrens Hall Local Nature Reserve Visitor Centre, Windmill End, Dudley DY2 9HS

  • Contact the Parks Development Team

    Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:00 Offices closed weekends and Bank Holidays.