What does the neighbourhood look like?
The Griffin and Barclay Hills Estate is located in the South West Area of Burnley.
The neighbourhood has recently received an extensive amount of energy efficiency works, including external wall and loft Insulation, boiler upgrades and new UPVC Doors.
Large open spaces elevate the neighbourhood, and are ideal for families with children who enjoy playing out.Types of properties in neighbourhoods
There are approximately 200 properties in this neighbourhood, a mixture of two, three and four bedroom houses flats and bungalows.
Things to do
Relax with the family at the nearby Scott Park. For active youngsters, there is a skateboard park on Piccadilly Road, and a range of activities are held at Stoops and Hargher Clough Community Centre. If you enjoy reading, the nearest library is located a short distance away on Coal Clough Lane.Nearby facilities (shops, restaurants, pubs, etc)
The nearest supermarket is Farmfoods, located on Accrington Road along with many other established shops, takeaways and pubs. General groceries can also be purchased on nearby Coal Clough Lane, where you will find your local post office, launderette, chemist, hairdressers and much more.
Schools and other places of education
The South West Burnley Children’s centre is located on Tay Street, providing advice, support and workshops for parents, tots and babies. Cherryfold Primary and Hameldon College are both within walking distance.
Places of worship
The nearest places of worship are St Matthew’s Church (St. Matthew’s Street) and The Life Church in Rosegrove (Sycamore Avenue).
Local community groups and resources
Local residents helped to design The Fold centre, which is located on Venice Avenue. The centre has integrated health facilities and a timetable of activities, including computer sessions where you can access the internet. Pop into The Cabin Care and Share next door, where you will be welcome to browse the second hand clothes and household items.
The nearest supermarket is Farmfoods on Accrington Road. Burnley town centre is also a brief bus journey away.
Public transport links
There are great bus links into Burnley town centre and neighbouring towns, with bus stops located a short walk away on Accrington Road. There are many train stations located around Burnley with links to local towns and further afield to Preston, Blackpool or York.