Harbord Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire
Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park is Oxford's flagship Green Flag park. It hosts cricket, football and rugby. There are two play areas, a splash play area, skate park, miniature railway, community woodland and wetland meadows. There are two sports pavilions, kiosk, and hosts Summertown Stars FC, parkrun and a garden centre.
Saltdean Park Road, Brighton, East Sussex
The park was laid out in an Oval shape. The Oval is the main park - 18 acres of chalk grassland with flat and hilly areas, wildflowers for chalk grow on the hills. The aspect is very open with bowls, tennis and football, children’s playground, outdoor gym and skateboard park.
Mountfield Gardens, Tunbridge Wells, Kent
This much-loved town centre park provides the perfect oasis to escape the hustle and bustle. It’s rolling grass banks, wildflower borders and ornamental garden sit alongside the perfectly manicured croquet lawn, basketball and tennis courts while in the playground children adventure amongst native grasses, lavender and apple trees.
Preston Road, Brighton, East Sussex
I can't imagine my life without this park. It is big enough for our Park Run, has a great edible community garden, café, a rose garden that scents the surrounding streets, gorgeous trees. I love the herbaceous perennials in the well-designed borders, the ponds and the picnic spaces.
Lewes Road, Brighton, East Sussex
A gem of green tucked behind busy roads and concrete junctions. An oasis of a shortcut - edible garden, pond, lovely trees and lawn, children's playground. Only little, but packs a punch abd this built-up area needs the lift it provides.
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