Red Lees Road
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Nearby transport links
Within around 25 miles of Manchester, Preston and Bradford, and with the M65 motorway less than a mile from the town centre, the lively market town of Burnley is an excellent base for travel throughout the north west of England. Trains to Blackpool, Blackburn, Bradford, Leeds, Salford, Manchester Victoria and York call at Manchester Road, one of Burnley’s three rail stations. Manchester is just 50 minutes away by rail. Services to Preston pass through Central and Barracks stations, and buses into Burnley town centre stop near the development.
The local area
A small shopping precinct around fifteen minutes’ walk from The Calders provides a Spar convenience store, a pharmacy, a post office and a traditional family bakery. A Tesco Express and a newsagent can be found a little further on. The town centre provides a comprehensive variety of shops, ranging from supermarkets and traditional local traders to the indoor Charter Walk Shopping Centre. The shops, many in wide pedestrianised streets, are interspersed with a lively choice of pubs, cafés and restaurants. Entertainment options include a nine-screen cinema and the popular Mechanics Theatre, which presents an eclectic mixture of live music, comedy and drama.
There is a choice of primary schools in the surrounding area. Worsthorne Primary and Burnley St Stephen’s C of E Primary are both conveniently situated within walking distance of The Calders, and both are rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. Unity College, a secondary foundation school on the edge of Towneley Park, is also rated ‘Good’.
Details added: 28/02/2021
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