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Parks in Berkshire

Parks in Berkshire

There are many great play areas and parks in Berkshire. Each of the below parks has a clickable link where you can click and read a blog post about each park, which includes photos, what equipment is at the park as well as information about facilities and parking details. Parks in Berkshire Broomhall Recreation Ground Broomhall Recreation Ground is based in Sunningdale and is a family friendly park with green open space, play areas including one for toddlers with sandpit and a wonderful green dragon. Jocks Lane Recreation Ground Jocks Lane is based in Bracknell. It is a popular family…
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25+ ideas to help motivate children during a walk

25+ ideas to help motivate children during a walk

We enjoy walking as a family, getting outdoors in the fresh air and seeing what nature has to show us. We are an 'outdoor' family and also have a dog so are out walking everyday. Our eldest walks good distances and our youngest seems to be a keen walker too, now preferring to walk versus going in the buggy. I share a lot of family friendly walks through the Berkshire Mummies Blog including these buggy friendly walks and I am often asked by readers how to motivate children to walk which has inspired this blog post. So here are 25+…
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Ockwells Park in Maidenhead

Ockwells Park in Maidenhead

Ockwells Park in Maidenhead is another wonderful park in Berkshire that has lots to offer families. The park is set in 130 acres of public space which is part of the nature reserve. What's at Ockwells Park in Maidenhead? Ockwells Park has a fantastic sized park with a wide mixture of play equipment, which includes climbing frames, swings, stepping stones, spider webs and loads more. Next to the play area, there is a fenced off grazing area where two lovely sheep lives. At the park you will also find plenty of green space. There is a circular path around the…
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Adventure Playgrounds at The Nature Discovery Centre

Adventure Playgrounds at The Nature Discovery Centre

The Adventure Playgrounds at The Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham are lovely. They are split into two separate parks, one for older children and one for younger children. What play equipment does the adventure playgrounds have? The adventure playground for older children has climbing frames, the larger climbing frame has a slide. There is a wooden balance obstacle, roundabout and swinging bars and more all set in a woodland setting. The adventure playground for younger children has swings, a small climbing frame, a wooden tunnel, slide and more. The floor surface is wood chip. What else is at The Nature…
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Westmorlands Park in Warfield

Westmorlands Park in Warfield

Westmorlands Park is Warfield, Bracknell has not only a lovely play area but open fields, a woodland to explore plus a pond where you can feed the ducks and swans. There is also free car parking. What play equipment is there at the park? In the play area there is a wooden obstacle course, climbing frame and slide for younger children, a set of swings (that go round in a circle), wobbly animals! Then outside the play area itself there is some play equipment for older children including a climbing frame and a small astroturf area for ball games. There…
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Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead

Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead

Boyn Grove Park in Maidenhead is a play area situation on Boyn Grove (Punt Hill). There is 2.8 hectares of open green space to enjoy. What is in the play area? The play area is has a fence around it and sits at the top of Punt Hill near Boyn Grove Library. The play area is advertised as being suitable for children aged 4-12 years and is a dog free area. There are swings and plenty of climbing equipment at the park. The open space is a large open field based on a hill with a lovely oval bench in…
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Broomhall Recreation Ground

Broomhall Recreation Ground

Broomhall Recreation Ground is a wonderful open space and park that families can enjoy in Sunningdale. There is a large free car park. What can we do at the park? At the park you will find a large open grass space which is great for picnics, meeting friends and playing games. There are picnic benches around the park. The playground is a good size and has swings, a climbing frame and helter skelter plus other equipment. There is also a toddler friendly area which includes a sandpit, 'talking flowers' and jumping mushrooms. So don't forget buckets and spades when you…
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Playground at Ray Mill Island

Playground at Ray Mill Island

Ray Mill Island is a wonderful place to visit with the children. There is lots to see and do including visiting the small playground at on the island. What is at the playground at Ray Mill Island? The playground is situate next to the cafe at Ray Mill Island. There are cafe table next to the play area which you can sit at. Despite it's size it is a lovely park with a wooden wendy house, frog, stepping mushrooms and a spinning pole. The floor is covered in wood chip too. Alongside the play equipment in the park there are…
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15 things to do outside this Autumn

15 things to do outside this Autumn

Here are 15 things to do outside this Autumn with the kids. There is plenty to do outside to keep the kids busy, playing and discovering. Here are some ideas which you might like to try. 15 things to do outside this Autumn Do a walking trail. There are several permanent family friendly walking trails in Berkshire, click here to find out where they are. (Follow government Covid-19 guidance r.e. exercise and travel.)Go Star Gazing. Wait until its dark at night, go out and look up at the sky. Why not wrap up under a warm blanket and watch the…
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Jocks Lane Recreation Ground

Jocks Lane Recreation Ground

Jocks Lane Recreation Ground is a popular park in Bracknell which is run by Bracknell Town Council. During the Summer months when the splash pad is running, it is particularly popular. What is there to do at Jocks Lane Recreation Park? There is loads on offer at Jocks Lane including a play area, plus a large open field which has a zip wire. There are tennis and basket ball courts plus table tennis tables, a miniature golf course and cafe. Jocks Lane is home to Bracknell Railway Society and they run miniature train rides for the public on specific dates,…
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