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All reviews rose garden band stand fairy houses pirate ship fairy glen outdoor gym flower beds brass band talent show nice cafe children's playground situated right free music flower displays beautiful victorian black pearl exercise machines
What an amazing park. My other half live around the corner from here now the area I live has nothing like this at all I pretty much walked around catching flies in my gob the whole time due to being do intrigued. The park regularly...More
Been to new Brighton many times and never knew this park existed. Small car park but you can easily park on roads nearby without disruption to residents.
Not the biggest park but well maintained and I can imagine on a sunny day it's beautiful and...More
visited vale park and omg what an amazing experience it was for my daughter and her friend they loved it. we met the man who actually made it all happen him and his dog scooby. he was such a gentleman he showed us around he...More
It is hard to find free entertainment these days but we did here - We were just having a nice walk along New Brighton and found Vale Park - free deck chairs and a fabulous Brass Band all free - thank you for a wonderful...More
Had a little walk through the park, I grew up in New Brighton and Vale Park brings back memories. The local artist who lives in the old park keeper house has made the park like an open air art gallery - brilliant brilliant stuff
Vale Park has always been a really nice park with the bandstand in the middle and a play area for children. Joytime is held there in the better weather which is great for families. My husband still fondly recalls winning Joytime run by Aunty Dorothy,...More
I great old fashioned park with swings for the kids, local wildlife and easy access to the prom. The park boast a well priced cafe and a bandstand. The bandstand hosts an event most weekends in the summer.
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Its a lovely small park and the fairy land has built up over a few years. People bring a fairy, ornament or whatever and it just builds up informally. A local public spirited man keeps an eye on everything to keep it safe... More
Its a lovely small park and the fairy land has built up over a few years. People bring a fairy, ornament or whatever and it just builds up informally. A local public spirited man keeps an eye on everything to keep it safe and tidy and weed out anything damaged by the weather. There is a safe play area, a nice cafe and though dogs are allowed the owners generally keep it clean. If the weather is good walk up the prom or along the beach to New Brighton. This is a low key seaside but lots of place for a snack and Fort Perch Rock to explore cheaply. The beach is cleaned by the tides and the River Mersey is no longer polluted and there is lots of shipping to watch at high tide.