Haworth Park

  Haworth Park  surrounds the fabulous Haworth Art Gallery, the premier visitor attraction in the Borough, with its superb collection of tiffany glass. You can access the park from 3 locations including Manchester Road, the corner of Hollins...

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Gatty Park

  Awarded a Green Flag for 2019 – 2020 Gatty Park covers 3 hectares and is  situated to the north of Hyndburn Road in the township of Church. Gatty Park was formerly the grounds of Elmfield Hall owned by the Gatty Family. The park...

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Bullough Park

Bullough Park occupies a 16.7 hectare area of land to the east of Willows Lane, Accrington between Park Crescent and Miller Fold, also in an easterly direction towards Priestley Clough. The park is situated above Accrington at an elevation of 200...

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Mercer Park

  Awarded a Green Flag for 2019 – 2020 The area of Mercer Park was formerly the grounds of Mercer House, an imposing building occupying a central position within the park.  This is one of the only parks in the Borough which occupies a...

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Oak Hill Park

  Awarded a Green Flag for 2019-2020 Oak Hill Park BB5 2BN is the main park serving both the town of Accrington and the Borough of Hyndburn. Oak Hill is one of the largest parks in the Borough  at 8.7 hectares with a range of features and...

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Pest Control

  If you have problems with rats, mice, wasps, ants, etc., call 01254 388 111 or e-mail enquiries@hyndburnbc.gov.uk and arrange a visit from one of our experienced Pest Control Officers. Our team are very experienced and hold a Level Two...

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Drainage in Hyndburn

Sewerage coming up from a man-hole in the road is a public sewer problem and should be reported to United Utilities on 0845 602 0406 Water in your garden related to a watercourse? You should contact the Environment Agency on 0870 8506506

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Dog Fouling

The Dog Warden and a team of Enforcement Officers are responsible for enforcing Section 6 of the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005, which requires owners to clean up any faeces left by their dogs. Anyone found committing an offence...

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Clayton Forest Park

Clayton Forest Park, an oasis of woodland in the heart of Clayton-le-Moors, surrounding Wilson’s Playing Fields, has seen some interesting innovations, helping to raise awareness of the value of positive woodland management. Horse logging...

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Church and Clayton-Le-Moors Cemetery

The Church and Clayton-le-Moors Cemetery is located on Dill Hall Lane, Church (BB5 4DL) and is also known as Dill Hall Cemetery. Dill Hall Cemetery is the Council’s second largest cemetery, dating back to 1889 and has carried out over...

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Great Harwood Cemetery

Great Harwood Cemetery opened in 1887, and has no longer any graves left to purchase. The cemetery is divided in two, with the original section dating from 1887 to 1949 and the second section opening in January 1950. Surrounded by residential...

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