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Sankey Valley Park

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Park
Location type: Park
Location address: United Kingdom, Warrington
Number of texts: 1
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Sankey Valley Park is a public park in Warrington, Cheshire. It occupies part of the Sankey Valley and the main park itself covers over 1½ miles between Sankey Bridges in the south and Callands in the north. The valley follows the course of Sankey Brook and the now disused Sankey Canal. The park is enjoyed by walkers, cyclists and anglers and the central section of the park is family orientated with children’s play features, a maze and lawned areas. Bewsey Old Hall sits on the edge of the central section of the park and RAF Burtonwood lies one mile (1.6 km) to the west. The Trans Pennine Trail passes around 500 yards (460 m) from the southern tip of the park.

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