Hopwood Park, Green Flag Award

Type:Municipal Park

Coronation Avenue, Hopwood, Heywood, Greater Manchester, OL10 2NB

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Hopwood Park was created over a period of time. Edward Robert Gregge-Hopwood sold the land to us in sections between 1909 and 1928. The sale included covenants to protect the land for recreational use.

Facilities include a modern play area, multi-use game areas, a pump track, a wildflower meadow and a wildlife pond.

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