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Hale Park

Hale Park is located in the centre of Hale Village and Its historical layout consists of formal parkland, which is a remnant of the Hale Estate parkland. Hale Park has an active community group, known as the Friends of Hale Park. They have been the driving force behind the site's refurbishment though the Parks for People Lottery scheme. Hale Park has large grassland areas with mature, semi mature and newly planted trees. These areas provide visitors with a venue for informal recreation such as walking, picnicking or ball games. A woodland walk of more densely planted trees is provided at the north end of the park between the car park and the play area. A Multi Use Games Area was installed in 2007 and there is a well-used children's playground, which was extensively refurbished in 2008/09. This refurbishment involved the installation of new play equipment and safer surfacing plus the addition of skate facilities and a youth shelter. The site also has two football pitches and adjacent changing rooms, which are managed by Halton Borough Council. Hale Park is also used by the annual Hale Carnival, which takes place in June. Hale Park is also used by the annual Hale Carnival, which takes place in June. One road-race finishes in the park - the annual Easter Sunday 5 mile run.

Park Facilities

Children's Play Area
Dog Exercise Area
Free Parking
Multi Use Games Area
Public Transport Links
Skate Park
Walking Routes
Wildflower Area
Football Pitch
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
Halton Borough Council
Paul Boardman
0151 511 8036