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The story of how a Garstang wasteland has been transformed into an award-winning park is both inspirational and enterprising. Kepple Lane Park Trust, a registered charity, was set up to develop the former brownfield site into a multi-use area for all the family to enjoy. The park has been developed by a small number of dedicated trustees, the park boasts superb features and great open green spaces.

Read the full story here...





  • Bloom Judging 2017

    Northwest in Bloom Judges visited the park on Wednesday, the park has been entered into both the Community Award and Park Award competitions of the Royal Horticultural Society, North West in Bloom; fingers crossed that all our hard work pays off.


    Thanks to Micheal Coleran for the picture.


  • Fun Day 2017

    The 2017 Fun day is to be the best yet with more new stalls than ever, we hope you will come and join us for a great day out...




  • Youth Council Park Features

    Garstang Youth Council has successfully add new metal sculptures to the park, incorporating all aspects of the park....


  • Queens Voluntary Service Award

    Kepple Lane Park Trust recognised with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for 2016. The voluntary group from Garstang who work in the community to develop and maintain the town’s community park has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service...