Sector Public realm
Project type Refurbishment
Services provided Product / system manufacture
Product / system supply
Installation
Client South Ribble Borough Council
 
 

South Ribble’s first new park in 40 years was opened in September 2016 joining council-owned land, formerly known as Dandy Brook Park, with open space belonging to St Catherine’s Hospice.

New footpaths were created to ensure that it is fully accessible to wheelchair users and families with prams. It includes a sensory garden, wild bluebell wood, wetlands and nature trails and an iconic Inglis Bridge.

The Inglis Bridge is a prefabricated, portable infantry bridge designed by Charles Inglis during the First World War. This copy has been re-cast by DP Studio from one of the world’s only surviving examples of the design used in the First World War.


South Ribble’s first new park in 40 years was opened in September 2016 joining council-owned land, formerly known as Dandy Brook Park, with open space belonging to St Catherine’s Hospice.

New footpaths were created to ensure that it is fully accessible to wheelchair users and families with prams. It includes a sensory garden, wild bluebell wood, wetlands and nature trails and an iconic Inglis Bridge.

The Inglis Bridge is a prefabricated, portable infantry bridge designed by Charles Inglis during the First World War. This copy has been re-cast by DP Studio from one of the world’s only surviving examples of the design used in the First World War.