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A good example of a Park Access Statement by Lancaster City Council.
Created in Word format and saved in PDF, this simple document makes it easy for people with mobility challenges or other difficulties to plan their visit by presenting information about the site in a clear and easy to read manner.
About Williamson Park
Located in the eastern part of Lancaster, Williamson Park is one of the countries finest examples of a Victorian/Edwardian Park. It is a protected Conservation Area and also identified as a Grade II listed parkland on the English Heritage Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest.
Author: Lancaster City Council (UK)
Estimated Read Time: 5 Minute Read
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