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The village was originally a small farming community, but in the 19th century, the thriving cotton industry moved in. There is also a quarry nearby, and Brinscall housed many of its workers. Now you will see many of the farms ruins around the woods.

👩‍🦽Wheelchair accessible paths

☕Chippy, Cafe and Pub which serve food

🛝 There is a good childrens play area

Downside is no car park or toilets , roadside parking and there is a small car park for the local swimming baths

🅿️ Closest place to park  is Well Ln PR2 8QX 

Walking through the park the path stays level through the forest, you come across a section of a wooden walkway which is great otherwise it would be muddy. If your lucky you may spot a deer or two as you pass through the forest.

Again the paths are more suited to terrain wheelchairs or prams as the paths can get muddy with small stones throughout. We have spotted squirrals, robins, deers and Herons walking through the forest.

There is some gates along this route but all easy to open and get the wheelchair through. 

White Coppice waterfalls are the turning point for this walk, also a great place to sit for a picnic. 

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