Peel Park and the Coppice
Arden Hall was built in 1845 by Benjamin Hargreaves the forth son of Thomas Hargreaves (who lived at Oak Hill Mansion). Benjamin died in 1880 and the hall became the home of a number of notable residents until it was finally demolished in 1948-1949. The footprint of the hall is still visible and was subject to an archaeological dig in 2012 and the report provides further details about the hall and its residents. The gates to the hall still remain in position and now form a welcoming entrance to the area. The old coach house to Arden Hall is now a private residence.
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A plan showing the concessionary bridleway route at Peel Park and the Coppice.
Details of the 2 Biological Heritage Site Designations at Peel Park (details of the important habitats and flora and fauna).
Peel Park Management Plan 2015 - 2020
An activities booklet which can be used by young families and schools to make your visit to the park informative and fun.
An information leaflet for Peel Park and the Coppice.
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.
A list of walk leaflets in and around Hyndburn.
A colour plan of Peel Park and the Coppice
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