Every Tuesday morning 11am-12 noon.
Calling all new parents! Get in shape and socialise with other new parents on this pram, baby and tots group walk.
History of Truffet Park
Truffet Park was officially opened on 9 July 1966 by the Mayor of Middleton, Councillor Alan Donner.
The park was named after Councillor Jim Truffet, a resident of the Langley estate who had held the position of Vice Chair of the parks committee and who had been a great advocate for a park in Langley.
As Alderman Chisholm, Chair of the Parks Committee, said: "Councillor Truffet always had the desire to provide this type of facility pleasantly situated on the edge of the estate where he lived."
It achieved Green Flag status for the first time in 2009 after investment paved the way for extensive improvements and ongoing maintenance.
View a selection of images showcasing Truffet Park.