Hyndburn Borough Council

Hyndburn Borough Council


Parks

There are a total of 11 parks located across the Borough each with its own individual character and range of facilities.

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Play Areas

There are 28 play areas distributed throughout Hyndburn typically catering for children aged between 3 and 12 years.

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Sport Fields

There are a total of 6 playing field venues with changing room facilities which can be booked for formal sports. 

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Other Green Spaces

These include a number of informal playing fields, war memorials and also a range of town gardens and much loved public open spaces.

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Volunteering in our Parks

There are a number of ways to get more involved in your local park, this could include joining one of the many 'Friends of the park' groups or, if you have some spare time and wish to develop your skills, there maybe the opportunity to work along side an experienced park keeper. 

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Trees

Trees are a valuable asset in Hyndburn and these are managed accordingly in line with the relevant legislation and best practices.

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Allotments in Hyndburn

There are 22 allotment sites located throughout Hyndburn with an approximate total of 850 plots.

The sizes of the allotments vary to accommodate the differing requirements of our tenants.  You may be allowed livestock, for example, chickens and rabbits, and some are available with sheds/tool stores in situ.

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Countryside and Woodlands

There is one official Local Nature Reserve in Hyndburn but many areas of countryside. These include the Coppice and Woodnook Vale in Accrington, and, on a smaller scale, Jack House and Spout House woodlands.

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