St Helen's Way, Hastings, East Sussex
This great historic park has all you want for a day in the park, meandering stream, mini railway, lawns, woodlands, playground, bandstand and a cafe. Great lawns and borders and sorts of facilities.
Lay Avenue, Wallingford, Oxfordshire
It changes the village from a 1960s housing estate into a vibrant and dynamic place to live, surrounded by towering poplar trees and red kites.
Cleveland Rd, Brighton, East Sussex
A much loved and intensively used small, local park in the Fiveways area of Brighton. Looked after by The Friends of Blakers Park.
Monellan Grove, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Offers sailing, rowing, canoeing, bird hides, extensive footpath network and cycleways. Free parking and a pub nearby.
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.
Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Campbell Park is one of many green spaces in Milton Keynes. It is easily accessible from the city centre. As well as stunning views, trees, ponds, footpaths and cycle-ways there are art exhibits and areas for meeting and holding events. It is a credit to the Parks Trust.
Mead Lane, Addlestone, Surrey
Chertsey Meads is a wonderful nature reserve of about 71 hectares, which runs between the River Thames and the River Bourne. One of the only remaining wild-flower meadows on the Thames floodplain.Over 400 species of plants have been recorded here and a diverse range of birds.
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.
Davis Street, Wokingham, Berkshire
It has seven lakes (one a local nature reserve), two rivers, three public bird hides, and meadows. The Museum of Berkshire Aviation and the headquarters of the British Entomological and Natural History Society are both located in the park.
Pembury Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Dunorlan Park is the jewel in Tunbridge Wells' crown - close to the town centre but far enough away to be peaceful and tranquil. Lots to do and see with a visit to the wonderful cafe. Boating on the lake and places to explore. Great for all the family.
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