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The Friends group is a registered charity whose purpose is to improve the facilities and the environment of Towneley Park by working in partnership with Burnley Borough Council.

Membership is open to any user of Towneley Park

The main activities of the group are :
  • To promote the benefits of Towneley Park for all visitors and users.
  • To contribute to events in the Park.
  • To meet and discuss with Park users, issues relating to the Park.
  • To help maintain and improve all aspects of the Park.
  • To support the Council’s role in the Park.
  • To publicise the Park.
  • To help improve visitors' understanding and enjoyment of the Park's heritage.

Members meet regularly to organise activities within the park that are available to all users.


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Last updated June 27th 2020 













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The Notice board in Towneley Hall has all the latest news

notice board outside shop at Towneley Hall

and is the place to pick up a mobility scooter.


Follow the Friends Heritage Lottery funded History Project  at The History of Towneley Park blog


Click on "Mobility Scooter" for new
user friendly  Route

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click here for "Towneley News 2020"

Sorry all activities suspended
due to corona virus lockdown

hope it won't be for too long


Next Meeting
tba
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Gardening and outdoor jobs
Every Thursday
10.00am - Noon

all equipment provided

Click on "Activities" for details of our ongoing project
restoring the Small Lime Walk

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 The Monday craft workshops 
1.00- 3.00pm
starting September 9th 2019
It was decided to have a1 hour workshop
to learn how to play a ukelele
(Maureen to lead)
followed by craft projects
all welcome to strum along!!
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Our fused glass panel
is now complete and on
display in the Wildlife room
in the Hall
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The 3 mosaic panels we completed are now
and on display in the Burnley Wildlife Room
in Towneley Hall
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