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Two parks in one. Entry from town centre to small car park. There is a children's play area adjacent, then the park opens out to a more formal arrangement of flower beds. Walk through and to the right you pass open grassed land and trees....More
Long well established quiet urban parks flowing from one into the other with many attractive features, relatively flat and varied areas for a good walking experience. Lake and wildlife sections welcome added attractions.Large children play area very near the town centre. Adequate car parking at...More
One of the best "green lungs" of Solihull - there is a lake with water birds on it; it adjoins a Warwickshire wild life reserve", ( now rather overgrown but a nice walk round its own pond); the site of one of John Constable's paintings...More
A walk I regularly do is to enter Malvern Park from the town entrance, turn right and head towards the 6th form college. Then head left to the old garden and cross the river. Then to bottom gate with choices of walk using canal to...More
Two large parks side by side great for picnics dog walking cycling football etc tea rooms and toilets there is a large pool with swans and ducks who love being fed.
Nice and clean there's a kids play area also
The parks are amazing recreational spaces, walking, tennis, cycling, children’s playground. The grounds are beautifully and sympathetically kept, both formal and informal. There are good path ways if the weather is wet, a brilliant cafe at the nature centre with activities for children. Such a...More