Biddulph Grange Country Park
A 73 acre site that was originally part of the larger Biddulph Grange Estate, comprising of woodland with meadows, a large lake and ponds.
Based on the Victorian theme of landscaped views combined with natural features Biddulph Grange Country Park offers you chance to explore a historic landscape as laid out by its Victorian and early 20th Century creators.
Paths have been restored and new ones created to give easy access throughout the park. Although the site is on a hillside, wheelchair access is usually achieved at least as far as the main pool, an outstanding feature at the centre of the site and where a stone boat house from 1904 has been restored. In March 2000 a 100-year-old hydroelectric scheme was reinstated at the site's visitor centre giving an example of how power can be generated sustainably on a small scale for local use.
How to get there
- By car - situated and signposted off the A527 from Stoke-on-Trent / Congleton road, 1 mile north of Biddulph. Turn into Grange Road, past Biddulph Grange Gardens and the main car park ½ mile on right.
- By bus - Bakers bus 99 from Biddulph stops on Congleton Road ask the driver for correct stop. Contact Staffordshire Travel line on 0871 200 22 33.
- Walking or Cycling - Biddulph Valley Way route from Congleton or Tunstall. Turn for Country Park at Baileys Bank or Marsh Green Road.
An audio trail around the site (for use on your mobile phone or MP3 player) has been designed and produced by pupils from Biddulph High School. There is also an accompanying map.
Both can be downloaded for free here:
Last updated: 27th March 2015