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Denehurst Park

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Denehurst Park is a beautiful park with substantial surrounding gardens. We're currently undertaking a project in the park to improve the existing features and to create new features and facilities.

Address: Denehurst Park, Sandy Lane, Rochdale OL11 5DS.
Opening times: 24 hours, 7 days a week.

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Facilities at Denehurst Park

There's a range of facilities at Denehurst Park, including:

  • Denehurst House
  • Play area
  • Formal garden
  • Fruit orchard
  • Stumpery
  • Wildflower area
  • Car park​

History of Denehurst Park Denehurst park.

Denehurst House and the surrounding grounds were donated to the town in 1932 by Samuel Turner in memory of his father Alderman Robert Turner (founder of Turner Brothers Asbestos Ltd).

The Park took its name from Denehurst Farm which previously occupied the site of the house. The building has been used as offices for a variety of council departments since it was donated to the town.

Denehurst Cemetery was built on part of the park to meet the demands for additional burial space in the town and was officially opened in 2015. In addition, we​ agreed a sum of money was to be spent on improvements in the rest of the park.


View a selection of images showcasing Denehurst Park.

Stumpery at Denehurst Park. Formal garden at Denehurst Park. Owl statue at Denehurst Park. Stump art at Denehurst Park. Playground at Denehurst Park.