A peaceful family run park tastefully landscaped in a convenient location.
Like many Lancashire villages Stubbins Vale has a long history, and its name (which means land covered in tree stumps or a place from which many trees have been cleared), dates back to the Middle Ages when people here were carving new farms out of the heavily wooded countryside.
The village public house, the Corner Pin, was originally the Railway Hotel, recalling the days when Stubbins had its own station. One branch of the line is still used by the East Lancashire Railway Co. to run regular weekend steam services between Rawtenstall and Bury. The second line now provides an attractive walk to Irwell Vale.
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