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Pangbourne Meadow and Pangbourne Recreation Ground Play Area

Pangbourne Recreation Ground Play Area is just to the north of Pangbourne Meadow. The meadow itself is popular for a short walk along the Thames, perfect for feeding the ducks or picnics in the warmer months. A short walk over the toll bridge is a scenic walk around the small village of Whitchurch in Thames.

Pangbourne Meadow
What is at the play area? 

The play area is enclosed with two climbing frames, one suitable for younger children and the other for older children, each have a rope climbing net, slides and a rope or wooden bridge. There are also swings for both younger and older children as well as a disc swing, witches hat, wooden balance beams and monkey bars. There is also a small wooden boat and some rocking motorbikes. Outside of the play area are a zipline and football goals.

Boat at Pangbourne Recreation Play Area
Pangbourne Recreation Play Area
Pangbourne Recreation Play Ground
Pangbourne Meadows
What facilities are there?

There are some free toilets in the car park at the Recreation Ground. Whilst there is no café on site but it is only a short walk to the High Street that has a range of independent shops and cafes as well as a Costa Coffee.

Where can I park?

There is a free car park at the Recreation Ground which can be accessed via Thames Avenue (opposite Pangbourne Working Mens Club). Click here to view the map. This car park is open from 8am- 8pm, you can also use the pay and display car parks at the Dolphin Club and the Working Men’s Club.

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