Accessibility Statement
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Walking

As a result of Storm Gerrit and the recent tornado in Stalybridge the Council has been prioritising the clean-up process of debris and fallen trees on our highways. This is to ensure our streets are safe and accessible. As this is being completed we are now moving on to carrying out tree works in our Parks and Greenspaces.  There are sites in Stalybridge such as Cowbury Dale, Cowbury Green and Staleyway and these have been very badly hit with extensive work required to clear trees across paths including rights of way.  We will prioritise the most urgent safety work and then will focus on sites we know are busiest and those routes which are busiest however this is going to take time and we appreciate your patience with this matter.  In the meantime please note that many sites are inaccessible and if you do decide to visit local parks and countryside sites please be aware of the potential damage and danger from fallen trees.  As Officers are carrying out safety work in Stalybridge it may cause some delays to work elsewhere and we appreciate your patience with this.  We will provide further updates here as work progresses and if you have any specific enquiries relating to parks and countryside you can contact greenspace@tameside.gov.uk
Operations and Greenspace 03 January 2024. 


Walking is a great activity and an easy way to take your recommended daily amount of physical activity.

Whether you are looking for a walking route to explore your local area, a fun family activity or want to join a local walking group – there’s never been a better time to get walking in and around Tameside.
 
Guided Walks

Guided Walks

 

Why Go Walking

Why Go Walking

 

Where can I go walking

Where can I go walking

 

Family walking trails

Family walking trails

 

Age friendly walking

Age friendly walking

 

Trails From Portland Basin

Trails From Portland Basin

 

GM Walking

GM Walking

 

Creative allotments

Creative allotments