In 2021 the Town Council adopted 8 play parks from the
District Council. The play parks, over many years, have had insufficient budget
to support any ongoing maintenance and some repairs were undertaken where they were affordable, however, where an item was
irreparable or past its useful life, it was removed without replacement,
resulting in some very sparce areas and a decline in the play value of the
During the last 2 years our green spaces have become even more important, even some of our smallest parks have helped to shape local identity, helped people overcome social isolation and create a sense of belonging. It is clear, that even in their current state, these parks would have been people’s lifeline during the pandemic and the Town Council is investing to bring the parks, that are currently in a state of disrepair, back into public use for the long-term and provide a safe, accessible place for people in the local community to use.
A short survey has been complied to ask members of the public what they would like to see developed or improved in their local park. Please click on the individual park to complete the survey.
*Please note - Naseby Avenue is not part of the current survey.
To find out more or report any damage in any of the parks - please email firstname.lastname@example.org