Swinnel Brook Park is a family-owned park designed exclusively for the retired and semi-retired and located in Haslingden, Lancashire. With stunning views of the surrounding Rossendale countryside and Tor Mountain. Haslingden town centre is in walking distance of the park, meaning residents benefit from being close to local amenities including a health centre, library and local shops. The park is quiet and secure with friendly community spirit, perfect for those looking to find relaxation and enjoyment in their retirement. Haslingden is a small, charming town set on a hill with a stunning skyline. At the top town is the iconic Halo Panopticon, an orb-like structure, that lights up blue at night and is a great place to admire the picturesque views of the Rossendale Valley. The town centre is a fifteen-minute walk from the park, and here residents can find a good selection of places to eat, local shops and a market open three days a week selling goods from locally-sourced food to jewellery and household items.
For residents looking to stay fit there is the town's Adrenaline Centre has a state-of-the-art gym. As well as being a ladies-only gym, there are a variety of classes available to suit all abilities. Visiting grandchildren will also love the Adrenaline Centre with laser tag, roller skating and indoor climbing available. Beyond Haslingden, the rest of the Rossendale Valley offers picturesque walking and cycling trails. It has a beautiful area of natural beauty such as the Healey Dell Nature Reserve- a wildlife-rich sanctuary with waterfalls and woodlands. The vibrant, bustling city of Manchester is just over half an hour's drive away from the park. It has much to do and see with substantial shopping centres as well as quirky independent boutiques and stores, a giant array of both chain and independent, stylish restaurants and coffee shops, and events on all year round such as the famous Manchester food and drink festival.
Swinnel Brook Park