Why not pull on your walking boots and enjoy a gentle jaunt to make the most of the surrounding glorious unspoilt countryside and miles of quiet, country lanes for cycling & pottering along, or leave the roads behind altogether and take to the paths across the fields.
Keyworth Meadow - This is a small traditionally managed pasture with brook, pools and marsh area. It is reached by a 15 minute walk down the Lings Lane track from the Wysall Road as it enters Keyworth.
The site, owned by Keyworth Parish Council, was designated a local Nature Reserve in 1992 and has an interesting list of birds, butterflies and meadow flowers.
Bunny Old Wood | www.wildlifetrust.org.uk/nottinghamshire - This is an ancient coppiced woodland going back to Domesday Book times. It is a Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve situated between the Bradmore Wysall Road and the A60 at Bunny. It has a varied collection of trees and shrubs supporting twenty species of butterfly and fifty bird species. There are way marked paths through the wood, a bridleway and a way marked route across the fields from Wysall to the wood. The wood is well known locally for its bluebells.
Nature Trail Guides are available for the Wildlife Trust on 0115 958 8242.