The What’s On in Warrington’s Parks and Green Spaces booklet gives information about a ranger-led events programme.
There is nothing specific about which events are suitable for people with limited mobility, those who use wheelchairs
or families with children in buggies. However paths are generally level and well surfaced, and mostly flat (but there are
access controls in some parks). People with special requirements can phone 01925 442495 during office
hours or contact the ranger site directly using the numbers listed in the booklet.
Information about Parks and Local Nature Reserves: Each park and Local Nature Reserve has its own link for further information and there is a local ranger telephone contact number for site specific information.
Site leaflets can be downloaded from the web site but printed copies are no longer available.
Where can I find the information on the council web site?
For an index of information about parks, open spaces and Local Nature Reserves, with additional links to the Public Rights of Way team, go to the
Parks and gardens page.
Site leaflets are available to download on the Publications page.
Location maps are available to view or download: go to the Location Maps page.
Where can I obtain a printed leaflet?
Site Leaflets: Printed copies are no longer available but can be downloaded from the web site.
What’s On booklets should be available free in public places e.g. libraries, or by request from the Ranger
Service, tel: 01925 442495,
or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This booklet is also available as an audio version by request from the Ranger Service.
Next Short Walk Wed, 8th May Sowerby Bridge to Hebden Bridge
Next Longer Walk Wed, 29th May Hathersage to Bamford