Peel Hall Park

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In August 1986 Peel Hall Park was one of a number of parks created throughout Warrington by the New Town Development Corporation. Access to the park can be gained through the distinctive, ranch style, gates off Blackbrook Avenue and Grasmere Avenue. Woodland paths, meadows, several ponds provide a variety of habitats for wildlife and and a mult sport area provides interest for all the family. Horse riders are welcome to ride in Peel Hall Park, keeping to the sign posted wood chip path. Access to the bridleway is off Radley Lane. Peel Hall Park is linked by footpaths and open spaces to the parks of Cinnamon Brow and by public footpath to the wider countryside around Winwick and Croft.

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Peel Hall Park and the parks of Cinnamon Brow are well served by local buses running from Warrington Bus Station.


Nearest railway station is Padgate


The main car park at Peel Hall is situated close to the junction of Blackbrook Avenue and Capesthorne Road.
From Blackbrook Avenue turn into Capesthorne Road and then next right into Greenwood Crescent. Turn right again into Grasmere Avenue and right once more into Foxfield Close. The car park is over a small bridge at the end of the Close.


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Address: The Ranger Cabin, Orford Park, Alder Lane, Orford, Warrington. WA2 8AG, UK.
Phone: +44 1925 658098

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