In terms of heritage and wildlife, Philips Park is the Borough's most important park.
This wooded valley at the base of Holcombe Hill, in the north of Bury, is one of the best ancient woodland sites in the borough.
Chesham LNR is comprised of a group of six woodlands and grazing meadows on the edge of Bury.
Kirklees Valley covers a wide area and located between Brandlesholme Road the B6214/B6215 and Tottington/Bury Road the B6213.
Downloadable PDF maps of local nature reserves.
Hollins Vale is primarily a farmland reserve, with areas of woodland and wetland adding to its wildlife diversity. It lies between Bury and Whitefield not far from the Pilsworth Industrial Estate.
Chapelfield is one of six local nature reserves to be found in Bury.