Cliffe Castle Park and Museum was originally the spectacular home of a local Victorian millionaire and textile manufacturer who had links with the family of President Roosevelt. It is now a Museum and Art Gallery surrounded by beautiful parkland with flowerbeds, greenhouses, woodland, animals and birds as well as a new children’s play area.

Cliffe Castle Park Conservation Group members are interested in all the different aspects of this historic Park. We are promoting and organising events and working to improve the Park for the benefit of the environment, all those who use the Park or who live in the area.

The Group was formed in 2010 to support Bradford Council’s successful bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund to bring the Park back to its former glory and recreate some of its most impressive features. The bid was successful and work will should start on the restoration of the Park in early 2016.
CCPCG has produced Walks leaflets about the Park and a new Keighley Valley and Rivers Walks and Cycle Routes leaflet linking local attractions will be published soon.


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