Woodheys Park is situated in a popular catchment area. Sited in the council area of Broadheath put postcoded as Sale West the park’s catchment area incorporates Sale West, Broadheath and Timperley.
A 7.5 hectare site with it’s car park off Kenmore Road at the top of Woodhouse Lane their are four entrances.
The main entrance is the car-park entrance on Kenmore Road with a second entrance being further up Kenmore Road by the popular Pinkey park childrens play area. Further entrances can be found off Link Road and at the rear of the woods backing onto Sinderland Brook and De Quincey park.
The Sinderland Brook entrance is primarily used by those coming from the new Stamford Brook ecological housing development in Broadheath. This development has had a large impact on the park with some saying that the re-design of Sinderland brook back to it’s natural meandering course having had a knock on effect on the marsh area of our woodland habitat.
Link Road is a cut-through entrance from the major A56 route of Manchester road. Parking at this entrance is a little tight but it is still an extremely well used gateway into the park coming in partway between the pitch and putt, football and playing fields.
This google link will give you a better idea of the siting of this park. Woodheys park in google