If your children don’t like water or wetland and wildflower meadow than there is playing area available for them. You could go and enjoy your walk and kids would be happy to play in that playing area.
If you are travelling from Lichfield to Burton upon Trent, Branston Water Park is situated on Derby Street, Midland Grain Warehouse, It is spread on forty-acre lake and country park surrounded by woodland, wetland and wildflower meadow.
A local businessman built the church in 1879, but only as a bare structure and in 1897 it was completed with its tower. The church is built in the Gothic Style, red brick with a pitched roof which was originally clad with red tiles. These tiles were replaced with slates in 1923.
When you travel to any new place it is always one or two places you don’t get to know the full details. In my visit to Burton upon Trent, this building remained mystery. It was located on George Street and the only thing I could see that it was some Exam Centre and built in 1893 and the stone was laid by J N Homer.
Branston Water Park is not just about a lake or water there are different facilities are also available like information centre, playground, toilets, and picnic area and nature trail walk available.
Branston Water Park has a Tourist information centre to help all the visitors. You could find all relative information about park and woodland.