Ightenhill Park

Ightenhill Park Burnley

Ightenhill Park is a small urban park split into three sections by 2 roads both of which bear the park’s name (Ightenhill Park Lane and Ighten Road). Entrance by Ightenhill Park Lane or Ighten Road, Burnley.  The park is a current holder of the Green Flag Award.

Getting there

There is ample road parking on both Ightenhill Park Lane or Ighten Road.  The following post code will get you here BB12 0LJ.

Find the park on Google maps.


  • Bowling Greens
  • Tennis Courts
  • Playground
  • Outdoor gym equipment
  • Multi-Use Ball Court
  • Event Area
  • Community garden (run by the Friends of Ightenhill Park)
  • Bee apiary 

Friends of Ightenhill Park

The friends group meet monthly and has contributed to many improvements within the park such as the ball court, playground and community garden. There is also a partner volunteer organisation called Beekip, which are passionate about bee keeping. You can see the latest activity on their Facebook Page.


There is a regular volunteering group that meets every Wednesday morning at the middle section of the park on Ightenhill Park Road from 9am – 12pm and the Friends of Ightenhill Park welcomes new volunteers.

If you wish to know more about volunteering opportunities click here for more information or click here to register.

More Information?

Check out the downloads or contact: greenspaces@burnley.gov.uk