Agecroft

Region: North West

Located six miles away from Ashton's Field, Agecroft consists of six small areas of open space in the Pendlebury area of Greater Manchester.

The land totals approximately 0.9505ha and lie on what was once Agecroft Colliery. They consist of six areas which include:

  • A roadside verge with grass, trees and ornamental shrubs
  • A short section of concrete surfaced path
  • Unsurfaced path between a railway fence and young woodland
  • A strip of land along a sloped railway embankment
  • A larger corner plot, which mainly consists of woodland
  • Park House Bridge Road – Network Rail compound.

Please note – some of these areas of land are not accessible.

 

Location

Agecroft Road (A6044), Pendlebury, Greater Manchester, M27 8UE

Site size: 0.9505 hectares

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Some areas are difficult to access or inaccessible.

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Agecroft Contact


The site contact for our Agecroft space is Steve Cowell Tel: 07740 419 185

This space is managed in partnership with Lancashire Wildlife Trust

Land Trust Contact

To contact the Land Trust about this site or how we could help manage your space please email our Estates Manager Sarah Palgrave-Neath or call 07795 126687.

To enquire about holding an event on a Land Trust site, please click here.

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