Visiting the BCS70 woodland

We hope that some of you will get the chance to visit the woodland and relax for a few moments on the special bench we have placed there (coming soon).

The woodland is accessed via Delph Lane in Bleasdale, Forest of Bowland. Please use the postcode PR3 1UN to identify the correct road. Don’t get confused with another nearby Delph Lane near the M6 as this is not the correct road.

Please use the car park located on Delph Lane (Delph Lane car park, also sometimes called the Delph Quarry car park) when visiting the BCS70 woodland. You can see the car park location on Google Maps (external link). The car park is free of charge and can accommodate approximately five vehicles. There are no toilets.

Once parked, face the road and walk left (north), up the hill along the road for half a mile until you see a wooden ‘Public footpath’ sign on your right which takes you into the BCS70 woodland. Traffic is normally light but please be careful when walking on this road.

In the woodland, follow the path and after one minute you will see a bench with a dedication to BCS70. You can continue through the gate and along the paved road for sweeping views of the Forest of Bowland – see the map of the scenic route (external link). This route is popular with walkers.

You can also use what3words.com (external link) to find the exact location of the woodland and bench. Just enter the following words:

seaweed.trackers.meaty

Read the BCS70 woodland FAQs for more useful information on the woodland.