Culcheth Linear Park

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Culcheth Linear Park is not a park with bowling greens and play areas but an area of natural countryside, a place to relax or take a closer look at nature. There are many miles of public footpaths throughout the Culcheth and Croft countrysideand Culcheth Linear Park is linked to six major public footpath routes. From March to October you are likely to see the speckled wood butterflies, although hard to spot when settled, as their wing pattern blends well with the dappled light. The woodland edges from Farm Bridge to the park end are awash with violets these, along with other early spring flowers, are a valuable source of nectar for insects emerging from hibernation.

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Bus

The no. 19 bus between Warrington and Leigh stops at the entrance to Wigshaw Lane.

Train

Nearest railway station is Birchwood

Car

From Culcheth village centre turn left by the Cherry Tree pub into Wigshaw Lane. After 500m turn right by the park entrance signs and follow a short road to the car park and Ranger cabin.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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Contact

Address: Culcheth Linear Park, Wigshaw Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3, UK.
Phone: +44 1925 824339
Email: rangers@warrington.gov.uk

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