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A walk at Pope’s Meadow in Binfield

Today we went for a family Sunday walk around Pope’s Meadow in Binfield. Pope’s Meadow is named after poet Alexander Pope (1688-1744) who lived in Pope’s Manor adjacent to the site. There are designated paths around Pope’s Meadow, which is a 13.7 acre parkland site in Binfield, Bracknell Forest. There is a free car park and play area next to it, with open green spaces, a couple of picnic benches and a pond.

 Pope's Meadow in Binfield
Play Area in Pope's Meadow Binfield

Our little one managed the walk we went on and it seemed just about the right length for little legs! The play area was a hit with my little one at the end of the walk, with a range of play equipment including a small and a large slide, swings, a tunnel and climbing equipment. It was a lovely place to spend an hour as a family in the fresh air.

Duck Pond, Pope's Meadow in Binfield

Where can we park?

The Pope’s Meadow car park can be found off St Mark’s Road, Binfield, Bracknell RG42 4AY.

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