Stalmine Hall Park is a quiet residential walled park, built in the grounds of the 19th century Stalmine Hall and located within the village of Stalmine, Lancashire which is part of Wyre Borough Council. The village of Stalmine itself is steeped in history, it appears in the Domesday Book and the chapel of Stalmine was first mentioned in 1200. It was rebuilt in 1806 and renamed St James Church. The church is just a 2-minute walk away from the park and its sundial dating from 1690 is a real slice of history right on your doorstep. The Seven Stars Inn is also only a minute away and is a truly traditional pub and restaurant. Serving home-cooked meals, cask ales and freshly brewed coffee it's the perfect place to treat yourself and to get to know your new neighbours. If you are a keen golfer, or would like to learn, then Knott End golf club is perfectly placed less than a ten-minute drive away. This prestigious club holds professional and semi-professional tournaments regularly. For those of us who are not so good with a putter, informal rounds can be played for fun. A weekly over 60's club is held every Tuesday and is a fantastic way to meet new people and socialise. If you are interested in sports, opposite Stalmine Hall Park is both the Stalmine Bowling Club with green and Wyre Villa Football Club.
Stalmine Hall Park Location
Stalmine Hall Park are located near the banks of the River Wyre which is well known for its fishing spots and clubs. The huge array of different fish that populate the river draws in many fishing enthusiasts and you can get day passes for many sections of the river. If you aren't keen on fishing then you can simply enjoy the tranquillity of walking and sitting next to such a beautiful river. The A588 is the main road that passes along Stalmine Hall Park and is the main road between Hambleton and Lancaster. Served by two bus services, the 2C and the 24 where you can travel to Knott End, Cleveleys and Blackpool.
Things to do Near Stalmine Hall Park Location
Wyre has so much to offer including two theatres, frequent health guided walks, canals, the enormous Freeport Shopping Centre with many designer outlet stores and a number of forests and nature reserves. In Fleetwood, you can visit the newly restored Memorial Park. It was built in 1925 and stands as a beautiful commemoration to those who served in the First World War. This is one of only four memorial parks in the county. In nearby Marsh Mill Village, you can see Marsh Mill which has working mechanisms. Built-in 1794 you can really appreciate the hard life of the 18th-century millar. The village itself has a number of independent shops and tea rooms so you can see history in action and then treat yourself! The park is surrounded by so many historic sites and villages, all within a 20-minute journey, you will be truly spoilt for choice for days out. There is something for everyone to enjoy and, with the perfect location of our park, living there will give you the opportunity to explore, relax and enjoy every day. There is also a McColls@Stalmine within easy walking distance of the park for your convenience. Stalmine Hall Park is ideal for homeowners seeking a quiet residential location but within easy access of amenities in this charming area of the Fylde Coast, Lancashire.
Stalmine Hall Park
The following rules of occupation are good management of Mobile Parks and the benefit of all who use them. Where Agreements for the occupation of Mobile Home pitches are entered into, these rules form part of the Agreement.
1. Only Mobile Homes of propriety manufacture which conform to the defenitions contained in the Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960, the Caravan Sites Act 1968 and the Mobile Home Act 1983 are accepted.
2. Mobile Homes must be kept in sound and clean condition, decoration and external colour must be maintained to the satisfaction of the Site Owner. Wheels must not be removed without permission. No external alteration of or addition to the Mobile Home or pitch is permitted without the prior or approval of the Site Owner.
3. The Occupier is responsible for the cleanliness of the pitch. Also the area underneath the Mobile Home must be kept clear.
4. The Mobile Home may be used by the Occupier and members of his permanent household and bona fide guests only (and in any event for the occupation of such number of persons as shall not exceed the specified number of berths).
5. Occupiers are responsible for ensuring that electrical and gas installations and appliances comply at all times with the requirements of the institution of Electrical Engineers and/or other appropriate Authorities.
6. The Occupier is responsible that all household refuse is deposited in approved containers which must not be overfilled.
7. The Occupier must not permit waste water to discharged onto the ground. Where water is not separately metered or rated the use of hoses is forbidden except in the case of fire.
8. Musical instruments, record players, radios, TVs, other appliances and motor vehicles must not be used to cause nuisance to other residents, especially between the hours of 10.30 pm and 8 am.
9. All vehicles must be driven carefully on the park not exceeding the speed limit of 5mph using the one way system. Vehicles must keep to authorised parking spaces and to the roads, which must not be obstructed. Vehicles must be taxed and insured as required by law and drivers must hold a current driving licence and insurance. Disused vehicles must be removed from the park. The prior written approval of the Site Owner must be obtained before parking commercial vehicles. Vehicles parked on site must be provided with hard standing by the Resident vehicle owner. One car only to be parked on occupiers itch unless otherwise agreed.
10. Storage Sheds, fuel bunkers or other structures are only permitted with the approval of the Site Owner and where permitted must be of a design and size approved by the Site Owner.
11. Private gardens where permitted, must be kept neat and tidy. The planting of trees and shrubs is subject to the Site Owner\'s prior approval of types and position. Trees and shrubs may not be cut down, removed or damaged and gardens will be left intact when the Occupier vacates the pitch.
12. Washing lines are to be reasonably screened from public view.
13. Pets, where permitted at the Site Owner\'s discretion, must be kept under control and not allowed to despoil the Park.
14. The Occupier is responsible for the conduct of visiting children in his/her custody and of visitors. Not children are to reside on the park.
15. It is forbidden to carry offensive weapons, or other objects likely to cause offence on the park, or to interfere with or disturb any flora or fauna on the park.
16. Everyone using the park is required to comply with the regulations of the Site Licence which is displayed on the information board, water authority or any Statutory Authority.
17. Access is not permitted to vacant pitches. Building materiel or other plant must be let undisturbed.
18. No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place on the Park without the prior permission of the Site Owner.
19. All residents must be over the age of 45.