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Hetton Lyons Country Park


Hetton Lyons Country Park is located to the east of Hetton-le-Hole. It features a sporting lake, fishing lakes, football pitches and is also part of the national cycling network. The park is built on the site of the former Hetton Colliery, it's location off Downs Pit Lane gives a clue to it's past. The reclamation  of the site began in 1986 and the park was officially opened  in 1990, by Sunderland Councillor Slater and Andrew Myers the Mayor of Sunderland.[1

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Hetton Lyons Country Park

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Pond at Hetton Lyons Country Park

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Hetton Lyons Country Park

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Picnic area at Hetton Lyons Country Park

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Hetton Lyons Country Park

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Lyons Lake

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Hetton Lyons Country Park

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Hetton Lyons Country Park

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Road Race Relays

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Hetton Lyons Country Park, Hetton-Le-Hole

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