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Walking Event, Wed 25 Oct 2017, free entry

Address

Chell Street,
Sneyd Green,
Stoke-on-Trent,
ST1 6BB

Events at this Venue

date event
Sat 21 Oct Orienteering at Central Forest Park
Wed 25 Oct Nordic Walking

Details

Come along to a fun walk where you’ll learn how to use walking poles in a relaxed Nordic Walking session. Nordic Walking enhances ordinary walking, making something we learn to do as babies twice as effective. Not suitable for wheelchair users.

Dogs not allowed.

Duration: 2 hours

Picnic sitePublic toilets

This park has been improved through the Greening for Growth programme with the support of Advantage West Midlands and the European Regional Development Fund. The Greening for Growth programme of environmental improvements was launched in 2003 and is the largest environmental regeneration programme in the West Midlands. Greening for Growth aims to create Well used and maintained landmark parks that offer more leisure opportunities and attract visitors to the area. A North Staffordshire network of safe, attractive off-road routes for pedestrians and cyclists. Canals, rivers and disused railways will link green spaces with homes, work places and leisure facilities, 28km of greenways will be created or upgraded. A landscape to be proud of where major transport routes and developments are set in interesting, high quality landscapes.

Event details

Dates Times
Wed 25 Oct 2017 10:30

Prices

Free entry

Location

Directions

See location of Central Forest Park on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SJ 886488  Lat: 53.03634 Long: -2.17144

From City Centre, take the B5047 Town Road off the A50 Potteries Way towards Smallthorne, Central Forest Park is a short way on the left. It can easily be reached on foot from the City Centre or by one of the many buses that run along Chell Street. The park has National Cycle Network Route no. 55 running through the centre, and links with the Burslem to Cobridge greenway to the North and the NCN Route 5 to the South. There is a car park off Chell Street, by the lake.

Bus services:
6, 6A every 10 minutes.
8, 8A every 10 minutes.
18 every 20 minutes.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 3 km from Stoke-on-Trent station

Facilities

  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets

This park has been improved through the Greening for Growth programme with the support of Advantage West Midlands and the European Regional Development Fund. The Greening for Growth programme of environmental improvements was launched in 2003 and is the largest environmental regeneration programme in the West Midlands. Greening for Growth aims to create Well used and maintained landmark parks that offer more leisure opportunities and attract visitors to the area. A North Staffordshire network of safe, attractive off-road routes for pedestrians and cyclists. Canals, rivers and disused railways will link green spaces with homes, work places and leisure facilities, 28km of greenways will be created or upgraded. A landscape to be proud of where major transport routes and developments are set in interesting, high quality landscapes.

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