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This is a wonderful place run by the Tameside countryside wardens with activities for children throughout the year. Check Tameside councils website for details about nature walks and other craft activities.
I have spent many a happy hour with my children and grand children doing...More
Great little place and a good starting place for walks to places like daisy nook. It's quiet and peaceful. Lots of history from the iron works,, this is where they forged the rivets that still hold the Eiffel tower up.
Nice little museum with lots...More
We often take our dogs walking around the Park Bridge area and through to Daisy Nook - the Heritage centre often holds events at weekend and the classic car event in particular is very well attended. it's a pity that the little cafe has recently...More
We took the track from Alexandra park in oldham with the dog. It's almost exactly a mile to Park Bridge, and a pleasant enough walk through a quiet and leafy one-time railway track.
The Hamlet itself is lovely, with interesting history, and the chance to...More
This a little hidden gem just tucked away from the main Oldham to Ashton road. A very informative area with a surprisingly colourful past. Well maintained and easy to walk around especially for dog walking. A very pleasant place to visit.
As a family we enjoy a walk in Park Bridge
It's quiet and has lots of different walks and has a varied landscape
It's also easy to access Daisy Nook Country Park without walking on the roads
The only thing missing is a tea room(previously...More
Have a walk up here it passes a couple of hours, its not exactly Alton towers but its good to walk the dog or something, and its free. See if you notice the signs about not hanging about in cars after dark! Not really sure...More
Have visited a couple of times and is a lovely area with an interesting history. Plenty of boards around to explain what was there.
Unfortunately when we visited this time the courtyard and toilets were all locked up.
We found a sign relating to the...More