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Notable features that remain include the St Andrew's Parish Church, built around 1200 AD and the large stone Leyland Cross, thought to date back to Saxon times.

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The area of Worden, which is now Worden Park, was one of nine oxgangs of land granted to the Knights Hospitaller, by Roger de Lacy, in Lancashire, but the land was not assigned to any individual and a local man, who was a very close friend of de Lacy, Hugh Bussel, was assigned holder of the land in 1212.

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Tuesday 20th September. The Course and Driving Range are open.

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Leyland is also home to one of the UK's leading maintenance and utility companies, Enterprise Plc on Centurion Way. The Leyprint company is situated on Leyland Lane, a company which produces menus and other printed items.

Leyland is made up by six different areas, the town centre itself counts as the main retail side, with the railway station, library and shops nearby. The other areas include Broadfield, Moss Side, Worden Park, Turpin Green and the Wade Hall estate.

Notable people who have grown up or lived in Leyland include:

Leyland Golf Club is an 18 hole parkland course, 6298 yards long, par 70. It possesses a large practice area available to members and visitors, with practice bunker, chipping facilities and a 9 hole putting green. The course is professionally landscaped and has many distinctive features, including several water hazards. It is close to Preston and within easy access of the M6 and M61 motorways.

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English Leyland was an area of fields, with Roman roads passing through, from ancient Wigan to Walton-le-Dale.

Heading towards Blackburn, just off J31 on the M6, the very beautiful Samlesbury Hall is packed with nearly 700 years of history plus a great cafe restaurant and antiques shop. Look out for guided tours led by a Samlesbury Witch or Henry VIII, a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Open spaces:

Leyland is a town in the South Ribble district, in the county of Lancashire, England. It is approximately six miles (10 km) south of the city of Preston. The population of the town was estimated as 35,600 at the 2011 Census.[citation needed]

Hurst Grange Park. The former estate of Hurst Grange Mansion offers a peaceful haven in Penwortham.  Enjoy a relaxing stroll in the attractive landscape of specimen trees, ponds and wildflower meadows. The site has retained the prestigious Green Flag Award every year since 2003

”Blue” is the latest addition to the popular “Leyland in Concert” series. It ┬ácame into being following popular demand for

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Most of the housing in Leyland falls under the semi-detached, detached and bungalow categories. There are a few modern housing estates, but about 65% of the accommodation in the town was built in the 1970s.


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A large Tesco superstore was built in 2002, and it stands near the police station. The old BTR Factory was knocked down to make way for new housing in 2004 and in 2006, the town was installed with a Morrisons, a Homebase (which closed down in 2014 and was replaced with The Range) and an Argos store.

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To the east of Worden Park is Runshaw College. The college received the best Ofsted report, for any further education college in the UK, for the year of 2005.[citation needed]

It was left undisturbed for many centuries until rediscovered shortly after the Battle of Hastings (1066). Leyland is mentioned in the Domesday Book (1085). In 1066 King Edward the Confessor presided over the whole of Leyland. The manor was divided into three large ploughlands, which were controlled by local noblemen. In the 12th century, it came under the barony of Penwortham.

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Leyland Guardian provides news, events and sport features from the Leyland area. For the best up to date information relating to Leyland and the surrounding areas visit us at Leyland Guardian regularly or bookmark this page.

Throughout the 20th and 21st century, the community has seen a large growth in industry, population and farming, due to the establishment of Leyland Motors, housing developments and the surrounding usable arable land.

Leyland is just a stones throw from junction 28 of the M6, just south of Preston. Leyland is famous for over a century of truck and bus building. Today, a day out in Leyland offers a choice of shopping, eating out taking part in a local event or enjoying one of the many attractions in and around Leyland.

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