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The biggest park in the UK watch

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    gossip_girl - an inspiration to us all. Anyway, back to the thread title. Anyone know what the biggest park in the UK is?
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    hyde?
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    Birkenhead Park..... :rolleyes:
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    A field...,? lol it does have grass and it is green and mostly cows walk on it aswell as humans!
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    Heaton Park, Manchester. Maybe.
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    Its Heaton Park in Preswhich, North Manchester, its the biggest public park in Europe so I believe. I will just get the a link to back that up, I think its bigger than Hyde Park.
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    Yep its the biggest park in Europe, its actually in Blakely and not Preswhich (you can tell I am from the other side of Manchester )

    http://www.nicve.salford.ac.uk/other...HeatonPark.htm
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    (Original post by AT82)
    Yep its the biggest park in Europe, its actually in Blakely and not Preswhich (you can tell I am from the other side of Manchester )

    http://www.nicve.salford.ac.uk/other...HeatonPark.htm
    Cool. Thanks for the info. I'll make sure I visit on my grand tour of the UK. First stop, Spaghetti Junction :cool:
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    (Original post by AT82)
    Yep its the biggest park in Europe, its actually in Blakely and not Preswhich (you can tell I am from the other side of Manchester )

    http://www.nicve.salford.ac.uk/other...HeatonPark.htm
    Bloody well is in Prestwich. I'm not going to let some smartarse website tell me what's five minutes from my door.
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    Birkenhead Park..... :rolleyes:
    im going to the cricket club there for my cousins party tomorrow it is so boring that park though
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    Bloody well is in Prestwich. I'm not going to let some smartarse website tell me what's five minutes from my door.
    Thats what I thought too, I know its controlled by Manchester City Council though, isn't Preswhich in Bury?

    It could be like Longford park near me, its technicaly in Trafford (Stretford) but a of the physical bounderies are in Manchester (Chorlton).
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    Cool. Thanks for the info. I'll make sure I visit on my grand tour of the UK. First stop, Spaghetti Junction :cool:
    Come see Birkenhead park too.... its soo umm good?

    http://www.wirral.gov.uk/ER/birkenhe...resolution.htm
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    Bloody well is in Prestwich. I'm not going to let some smartarse website tell me what's five minutes from my door.
    *Adds your door to the list of places to visit*. Might as well...
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    (Original post by LPK)
    im going to the cricket club there for my cousins party tomorrow it is so boring that park though
    oooh cool! Have fun, its gonna be really hot tomorrow

    It has a play area at least..... and does the lake have any boats? I cant remember any... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by AT82)
    Thats what I thought too, I know its controlled by Manchester City Council though, isn't Preswhich in Bury?

    It could be like Longford park near me, its technicaly in Trafford (Stretford) but a of the physical bounderies are in Manchester (Chorlton).
    Prestwich is close to Bury... not sure if it's in Bury as such. Anyway, as such a big park, I think it's in a number of areas.
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    wtf have they done to my school on that pic :eek: Looks like a victorian house, it needs updating. my school is so so different now.
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    (Original post by LPK)
    wtf have they done to my school on that pic :eek: Looks like a victorian house, it needs updating. my school is so so different now.
    your school is near the park...? i thought it was more to the North East..
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    oooh cool! Have fun, its gonna be really hot tomorrow

    It has a play area at least..... and does the lake have any boats? I cant remember any... :rolleyes:
    the play area is horrible.

    the lake is not there, they have removed the water so they can clean the lake out.

    it has no boats coz they closed the boat house.
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    your school is near the park...? i thought it was more to the North East..
    my school is park high school. :eek: the school that can be seen when you are in the park with the play area is the 1 i go to
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    (Original post by LPK)
    the play area is horrible.

    the lake is not there, they have removed the water so they can clean the lake out.

    it has no boats coz they closed the boat house.
    ah jeez that sucks!! does that mean Central Park is better.... :eek:
 
 
 
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