BHS Ride Out Towneley Park 1st October 2017

Back by popular demand!

An organised pleasure ride on bridleways in and around the beautiful Towneley Park in support of the BHS – an equestrian charity.

Things to know…
The entrance fee per rider is £15.
The rides are around 8 miles and 11 miles. [11.5mls will depend on water level at the ford]
Vounteer marshalls on both routes to help you!
Few road crossings and some riding on roads.
Small river crossings and bridges to cross.
Parking and registration from 9.30am.
First ride out 10am and last ride out at Noon. 
Toilets in the Park, but not where we will be parking.
No water available where we will be parking.
Designated Car Park for the event by main entrance – will be sign posted for BHS – bring coins for parking. [£1.50]
£5 depoist for ride bib but refundable when bib handed back.
Refreshments available to purchase at the Hall.
No entries on the day – register before with Chris Peat.

Follow this Post Code BB11 3ER to Hargreaves Plumbers Merchants, the main entrance [Park Bridge Drive] is directly opposite. DO NOT use Towneley Hall post code.

To register contact Chris Peat on 07811279092 or mail@chrispeat.co.uk or leave a message on 01254 386459  or fill in the entry form and return.

Roddlesworth Woods

Hi  Kay, I just wanted to keep you up to date regarding works in Roddlesworth Woods.

 

We are now in a position to begin the forest road construction works and so we have a start date of 5th June.  We anticipate the works will take around 4 weeks to complete, during which time the footpaths in the vicinity will be temporarily closed.  We have put up signs (see attached) informing visitors of the imminent works and the footpath closures including an alternative route avoiding the working area.  As soon as the work begins we will close the footpaths  for the Health & Safety of members of the public and the contractors.

 

Also, Roddlesworth Lane, leading off Bolton Road (A675) into the woods will be busy with heavy construction traffic for the period of the works.

 

As soon as the works are complete, the footpaths will be reopened.