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to show people what was once a part of this town. Short on information, and not promoted would sum up this ''attraction'' But I'm glad its there. However. The park itself is a gem. I have seen many parks of the Victorian era and this...More
We go here on a weekly basis. It's such a lovely well maintained park with plenty to see throughout the seasons. The children's play area is brilliant, especially the sandpit. We always have an ice cream from the kiosk, the owners are very friendly. They...More
Excellent small Park, hopefully the local council will not mess it up in its revamp. It's continues to win awards every year, so why does the council thinks it needs an expensive makeover, including putting the local kiosk out of business.
Fantastic park with water play area and huge sand pit. Visit often with kids who absolutely love it here.
It’s always busy as expected but still find somewhere to sit while the kids play. Toilets and ice cream man there too, close to car parks,...More
A truly magnificent town park, maintained to the highest standard. Beautiful flower beds line the riverside and create a spectacular tapestry in the main park. Well worth a visit... A lovely setting to while away a lunch hour.
You can park for free for two hours at Tesco which is only 100 metres from the park but paid parking is available and quite cheap if you use the multi story car park in town centre above the market which again is only 200... More
You can park for free for two hours at Tesco which is only 100 metres from the park but paid parking is available and quite cheap if you use the multi story car park in town centre above the market which again is only 200 metres from the park.