How to Get to Milnshaw Park
From M65 Junction 7
- From the Blackburn direction take the third exit off the roundabout and from the Burnley direction take the first exit off the roundabout onto the A6185 (Dunkenhalgh Way).
- At the first set of traffic lights/crossroads take the left hand filter lane and turn left into B6231 (Dill Hall Lane).
- Continue along Dill Hall Lane up the incline to the mini-roundabout as the road levels out and take the second exit off the roundabout into B6237 Queens Road West.
- After passing the first High School take a right turn into Gloucester Avenue.
- At the end of Gloucester Avenue turn left into Lancaster Avenue and the park will appear on the right after about 25 metres.
From M65 Junction 8
From the Burnley direction take the first exit into the A68 for 1.3km and take the slip road off the A68.
At the mini-roundabout take the third exit, travel 130 metres onto the next mini-roundabout and take the second exit into the A679 Burnley Road.
Continue along the A679 passing Accrington Cemetery and the Car Dealership both on the right.
At the set of traffic lights take a right turn B6237 Penny House Lane the road soon changes name to Queens Road.
Pass the Accrington Victoria Hospital on the left and at the traffic lights/crossroads continue straight on into B6237 Queens Road West.
On approach to Moorhead County High School on the right take a left turn opposite the school into Gloucester Avenue.
At the end of Gloucester Avenue turn left into Lancaster Avenue and the park will appear on the right after about 25 metres.
A leaflet with details of the walks in the park as marked by timber posts and coloured arrows. There are also various activities in the park that can be tried and an anagram to solve.
A colour plan of milnshaw park
Pictures of parks and gardens within the borough.
Information regarding the staging of an event within a park.
Information and advice on helping your local environment in your outdoor space.
Plan your journey by car, bus or train.
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