Woodmeadow Walk at Keele University
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Woodmeadow Walk at Keele University
The Woodmeadow Walk is our first place of happiness with the aim of creating habitats for wildlife like bees, butterflies and hedgehogs, improving biodiversity on campus, and becoming a happy place for the local Keele University community to enjoy. Members of our local community came together to sow wildflower seeds and plant carefully selected wild orchard trees that will provide fruit for wildlife and to be picked by future generations.
Woodmeadow Walk at Keele University
Keele SIH, Keele University,
Grid Ref: SJ 82166 45195
Longitude: -2.26769
Latitude: 53.00408
What 3 Words: soap.crate.broad
Contact Information
Managed by: Mondrem Nurture CIC
Phone: 07986758750
Email: ellie-kay.dawe@mondrem.co.uk
Website: https://www.mondrem.co.uk/nurture/
Facebook: NurtureCIC
Instagram: nurturecic
TikTok: @nurturecic
Key Information
Opening Times:

N/A Keele university is open for use by anyone.


Parking is free on weekends and after 6pm, on weekdays pay and display parking areas should be used.

Information for Dog Owners:

The campus and the Woodmeadow Walk is very dog friendly

Accessibility Details:

The site is flat, with no steps from the path near the Keele SU. It is a smooth path most of the way, just some areas of less even gravel by the keele observatory.


The university have toilets in the centre of campus by the SU.

Other Amenities:

Nearby Greggs, Costa and Starbucks as well as other campus food. It is possible to use buss route 25 from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Hanley or Stoke one Trent train station to travel to Keele University.

Management Summary
Woodmeadow Manager:
Mondrem Nurture CIC
Management Summary:

The site is managed by Nurture CIC with a group of volunteers. Where possible all work is done by the community for the community.

Delivery and maintenance plan for the Woodmeadow Walk at Keele University

  • End of September 2021 - Keele University are removing the grass
  • October to November 2021 – put up signage, possibly add some hardcore to the main path by the observatory, fix existing seating area (site have taken responsibility of this) and add planters
  • Second week in October 2021 – rake the soil, create seed sowing grid, sow seeds, walk over the area. (Timed so it is just before rainfall)
  • November to December 2021 – plant trees 1.5m spacing
  • March/ April 2022 – maintenance and weeding
  • May 2022– site survey and weeding
  • May to June 2022 - cut a path through the meadow and add a bench
  • July – cut
Further Management Information:
Please contact ellie-kay.dawe@mondrem.co.uk to get involved with Nurture as a voluntee