This is the name for a new out of town complex, named after a tributary of the
River Croal. The Bolton Wanderers Reebok Stadium is located here, as is a
12 screen multiplex cinema, operated by Vue. The official web site by the
developers Emerson is
Also here are 24 hour supermarkets (Asda and Tesco), a Marks and Spencer
Store (opening early 2006). An internet cafe,
Cyberjungle [Note this has now
ceased operating] was also located here, but closed 2002. It lies in the
shadow of Horwich, between the M61 junction 6 and the Beehive
From the car park of the retail park, the modern styled towers of the stadium
dominate the skyline. Bolton
Wanderers play here. There is also a museum (entrance fee payable) tracing
the history of the Wanderers. There is also a book with wartime history of
the team, and
there is more information at
This view shows some of the retail units, and the shape of Winter Hill is unmistakable.
The park has won a grant, and this sees it into the next phase of development
for a sports village.
The technologically complex is in the process of being built, and a web
site for the Bolton Arena is at http://www.boltonarena.com/. It is
due to open in spring 2001.
This map shows the current layout of the complex.
Cyberjungle Cafe situated here have a web site at http://www.cyberjungle.net/.
A computer component seller, Scan International have their retail premises
here, and a web site at http://www.scan.co.uk/.
The Hobbycraft store has a web site at
NOTE: There is still a craft shop on the site, but not part of this chain.
Allders have a web site at
Boots have a web site at
ASDA have a web site at
Courts have a web site at
DFS has a web site at http://www.dfs.co.uk/
DISCLAIMER: Errors and Omissions Excepted.