The name of my painting is in memory of the Horace Brueton who in 1944, gave the Park to the town, without his generosity of sowing the seeds of nature we today would be lost of having some wonderful grounds to enjoy today.
The conservation area in Brueton Park received Local Nature Reserve status in 2002 in recognition for the Park's importance for wildlife. The Park also has the River Blythe flowing though the woodlands linking up with the lake in the park.
In 1989 the English Nature designated as The Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Woodland. The woods are important for oak, ash and alder trees as well as a carpet of wildflowers, in Spring you will find a carpet of wild garlic only the scent will drive you away if you have vampire blood in your vines.
I do hope you enjoy looking upon my painting of the hedgerow nesting along the river bank filled with so many wildflowers, as you walk along you will notice butterflies taking a rest upon the petals in the sunshine.