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Haslam Park is a Victorian influenced town park with many of the original features still in place.
It has been awarded a Green Flag every year since 2006. The Green Flag Award is given to a park in recognition of the high standards of maintenance, community involvement and its overall management.
A map of the park with features can be found in the documents section.
* located main entrance and an accessible WC for the disabled - access via RADAR key near the park lodge. Opening hours - Mon - Fri: 7.30am - 3.00pm (winter), 7.30am - 4.00pm (summer).
The Friends play a major role in the management and maintenance of the park and the organisation of community events. They also help raise funding for improvements and new facilities.
The group usually hold their meetings in the park pavilion on the 1st Wednesday of the month, and have a practical session on the last Saturday of the month. They also host a working party on the Local Nature Reserve on the 2nd Thursday of the month led by Lancashire Wildlife Trust.
If you would like more information, to help, or to become a member of the Friends of Haslam Park please contact the Parks department on 01772 906471.
Haslam Park is located on the north west side of the city on the boundary of three highly populated residential wards and flanked by major road and rail networks as well as the Lancaster Canal.
The main entrance is next to Blackpool Road, but due to it being a duel carriageway, is only accessible by car when travelling east towards Preston centre.
An alternative vehicle access is via Cottam Lane however parking is limited to only a few spaces .
There are also entrances from the Lancaster canal making the park easily accessible by bicycle or foot and is connected to the cycle route.
Location of Haslam park in Preston
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