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Mind you I would say that it's an extension to my back garden. I'm over there most days with my dog. The park isn't so nice as it used to be, I can remember all the gardens with roses and lovely flower beds but like...More
Not too many changes over the years and has some lovely areas, although i# do think more could be made in terms of activities for children. There was more available when I was a child. I understand that tennis courts etc were vandalised years ago...More
This should be a nice park as there are some nice big open spaces, some small wooded areas, a good childrens' playground and the grounds of the old house to walk around.
However, like so many open spaces, it is ruined by inconsiderate dog owners...More
Good big open space for the dogs and having a picnic. Cricket pitch, good walks and very reasonably priced little nurseries (open Tues and Thurs), nice old house now being used by Sue Ryder as a nursing home but the public toilets are really scabby,...More
Normally I take the dog out into the countryside for his walks, but as I was passing I decided to try the park. The wild areas behind the cricket club and bowls club were great for dog walking, might as well have been in the...More
We spent the whole afternoon in this park. The Children's play area is fab with plenty to keep them busy. The park itself is huge and we spent ages walking around the grounds. There is plenty to get the kids into nature with trees to...More
Sadly, there is no cafe in Chantry Park. In the past, the stable block attached to the mansion has been the home to two or three cafes over the years, but regrettably none of them lasted. I guess there were insufficient... More
Sadly, there is no cafe in Chantry Park. In the past, the stable block attached to the mansion has been the home to two or three cafes over the years, but regrettably none of them lasted. I guess there were insufficient customers to make them viable. Apart from the children's play area, the cricket pitch in summer and us dog walkers, the Park is a very underused amenity, considering how close it is located to the vast Chantry housing estate, now enlarged with Pinewood and other extensions. So, unfortunately the cafes all closed in turn and now there is no facility even to buy an ice-cream. Very sad! But there are supermarket cafes and a few pubs not too far away. We usually combine walking the dogs on the Park with our shop at Sainsbury's just down the road and get a cup of tea in the cafe there.