Sutton in Craven Sunday, April 26, 2020 12:47
was the park always where it is now?or was there another one before?why I ask is that there are 4 roads running of the main st and none of them lead to the park.in other villages road with the name park in them allways lead to or around the park.
Valley Monday, April 27, 2020 19:40
In 1850 what is now called Park Lane was just a lane to access Salt Pie Farm. Park View was built in the late 1800s The park was opened in 1912 all the other roads in Sutton with the suffix park, came afterward. The triangle of land between North st, Bridge rd. and Main st was called The Sand Park.it was used by stonemasons to dress the stones used in the building of various sections of Bairstow’s new mill between 1888 and 1930, tided up it gave us an all-weather pitch for all occasions. Various areas have in the past been used for playing football may be referred to as Parks High Gate Lane was the name of the road before it was renamed Park Road after Glusburn Park was created.
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