This dramatic photograph shows Hall Lee Bank Park in Westhoughton in 1964 and the foaming water passing through the tunnel in the park which was a popular location for a country walk which led to Daisy Hill.

In 2004 the park was given a Heritage Lottery Fund grant to secure it as a local nature reserve.

The funding helped to develop a native tree arboretum and maintain woodland habitats.

Habitats included woodland, grassland, river and hedgerows and today it remains very popular with families and nature lovers.

Do you have any memories of enjoying the park Email