Roseworth Green Spaces

About Roseworth Green Spaces

Roseworth in West Stockton has extensive areas of open green spaces on the estate. Most of these are mown grassland. The most attractive landscape is the small section of beck that runs between Rhonda Avenue and Hornbeam Walk. This is flanked by bank side vegetation and some mature deciduous trees. The linear green space alongside Rochester Road is being developed with outdoor play and sports facilities for teenagers, and has recently been improved by the planting of an avenue of trees along the roadside.

Community Involvement

The TV Wild Green Places Project is working closely with Stockton  Borough Council and  has joined the Roseworth Community Partnership to work with local residents on wildlife activities and projects. Key partners to date are the Roseworth Big Local, Eastern Ravens, Tristar Homes and Tees Achieve. It you would like to get involved in our wildlife projects at Roseworth please contact the Wild Place team.

Photographs by Mark Luck, Photography student at CCAD

Roseworth Green Spaces was last modified: June 1st, 2016 by Sue Antrobus

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Recent News

‘Lord of the Bins’ descended on Roseworth for Spring Clean 15th March 2017- As part of the national “Great British Spring Clean”  weekend  the Tees Valley Wild ...Continue reading »
Roseworth residents and schools plant over 2000 trees in one week to create new woodland 30th March 2016- Michael Robinson, intern with the TV Wild Green Places team, reports on how the ...Continue reading »
New urban woodland in Stockton is being planting by Roseworth residents  11th March 2016- Roseworth residents will be turning out ‘en masse’ on Saturday 19 March (10am to ...Continue reading »