The park is home to Flixton Gardens and House which were built in 1806 by wealthy landowners the Wright family. It was opened as a park when the land was acquired by the council in 1935. The grounds include a walled garden, rose garden and herbaceous border, sensory garden and a memorial bee garden for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack. The park was awarded its first Green Flag in 2018.




  • Children's play area
  • Sensory garden
  • Ornamental walled garden
  • Car park
  • Five football pitches

Friends Group

Friends of Flixton Gardens was established in 2017 and meet every Wednesday and Saturday. They are a very small group but have achieved a lot in two years; having totally transformed the gardens, planting over 100 shrubs and thousands of spring bulbs. The group hold several events a year to raise funds including an Easter egg hunt, afternoon tea dances and Christmas carol concerts.

  • Facebook: Friends of Flixton Gardens
  • Email: Contact the chairperson Karan Beaumont on


For more detailed information about the accessibility of Flixton Park, please visit the DisabledGo website.