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Parks

The New Cantley Park Play Area

The New Cantley Park Play Area

We recently visited the new play area at Cantley Park in Wokingham and I have to say we were really impressed! There is a great range of play equipment for all ages (including adults!). The play area is bright and colourful with some interactive elements too. What's at Cantley Park Play Area? The park has an excellent variety of play equipment to suit all ages - it is laid out in different zones for different age groups and there is also wheelchair accessible equipment in the play area. There is lots of different swinging equipment for both younger and older…
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Bachelor’s Acre in Windsor

Bachelor’s Acre in Windsor

Bachelor's Acre is a small park located a little way from the tourist bustle in the centre of Windsor. It has quite a large children's play area and a number of other things to see. What will I find there? There is a variety of different play equipment aimed at 3-8 year olds in the playground. You will find climbing frames, a little play house, slides, see-saws, balancing beams and swings. The park also has a lovely water feature which has jets of water rising at different times and heights, making a lovely splash pad for the children to enjoy…
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Victoria Park in Newbury

Victoria Park in Newbury

Victoria Park can be found next to the Kennet and Avon Canal and just near Parkway Shopping.  What is at Victoria Park? In Victoria Park you will find tennis courts, Newbury Bowling Club, the bandstand plus a Community Cafe (we visited during a weekend in January and it was closed).  There is loads of open green space plus a boating pond and large skate park.  You will also find a good sized play area in the park. There are two giant helter-skelter slides, an obstacle course, swings for toddlers and older children, zip wire, see-saw, roundabout, small climbing frame and…
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Cheapside Recreation Ground Play Area

Cheapside Recreation Ground Play Area

Have you been to Cheapside Recreation Ground Play Area? It is a generous sized play area which has a whole range of equipment great for younger and older children. The play area has a grass floor and is all enclosed.  There are have been a number of new pieces of play equipment which were added to the playground in 2021 and there is plenty of variety. What’s in the play area? In the play area you will find a zip wire, rope swing, climbing frames with slides, swings (both toddler and swings for older children), a mini train, trampoline, wendy…
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Hawley Park Farm Country Park in Hampshire

Hawley Park Farm Country Park in Hampshire

Hawley Park Farm Country Park is a new green space (SANG) in Hawley, Hampshire. Not too far from Camberley, Frimley and Blackwater. What is at Hawley Park Farm Country Park? At Hawley Park Farm Country Park you will find open fields with hard standing paths running through the green space. At the car park you will find a map of the site and there are sign posts dotted around too. Up on the hill you will find the play area which is made up of a range of wooden play equipment. The play area is not enclosed. There is a…
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A visit to Black Park Country Park in Wexham

A visit to Black Park Country Park in Wexham

We went for a visit to Black Park Country Park in Wexham near Slough on a very wet, soggy January Saturday - the bonus for us was it was very quiet and the play area empty. Upon arrival we put the car registration into the car parking machine and went off on our adventure.  Where did we go when we visited Black Park Country Park? From the car park we walked passed Go Ape and the cafe near the car park and then walked with the lake on our right-hand side. We then picked up signs which took us around the…
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Parks in Binfield

Parks in Binfield

There are three good sized Parks in Binfield to explore. These are; Foxley Fields Play Area, Popes Meadow Play Area and York Road Play Area. Also not too far away from Binfield is Jocks Lane Play Area and Warfield Memorial Ground Play Area. A little more about the Parks in Binfield Parks in Binfield Foxley Fields Play Area Foxley Fields has an enclosed play area and also a play area on the open grass field. The play areas are near family friendly Foxes Den Cafe. You will find swings, a climbing frame with slide, obstacle course plus a games area.…
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Foxley Fields Play Area in Binfield

Foxley Fields Play Area in Binfield

At Foxley Fields in Binfield you will find two play areas, a hard-surfaced games area, tennis courts and a large playing field. There is also a 'teenage shelter' next to the games area. At Foxley Fields you will also find Foxes' Den Cafe and the Binfield Parish Offices. What is at Foxley Fields Play Area? There are two play areas at Foxley Fields in Binfield. The first is an enclosed play area which is next to the a multipurpose games area and tennis courts. At the enclosed play area you will find a climbing frame with slide, see-saw, swings including…
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Grenfell Park in Maidenhead

Grenfell Park in Maidenhead

Grenfell Park in Maidenhead is located in just around the corner from Maidenhead Train Station and town centre. The park was donated to the town in 1897 by Lord Desborough (William Grenfell) to mark Queen Victoria's Dimond Jubilee. Grenfell Park is surrounded by banks which are covered in trees, plus a large open flat space. What is at Grenfell Park? There are two play areas, one which is packed full of play equipment including a range of climbing frames for older and younger children, monkey bars, zip wire, slide, seesaw, spring toys, obstacle course and toddler swings. You will also…
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Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor

Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor

There are a number of Parks and Playgrounds in Windsor, which all vary in design and setting. Berkshire Mummies has visited them and written blog posts and shared photos plus locations for each of the play areas which you can read about below by clicking on the links below. Each blog post will give you the address for the park including parking information. If you have find this blog post useful why not check out the Parks in Bracknell Forest and Wokingham Borough. Three of the playgrounds in Windsor currently don't have Berkshire Mummies blog posts, but they are the…
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