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Play Areas in Warfield

Here are the play areas in Warfield which you may like to visit. Westmorlands Park, Harvest Hill Play Area and Warfield Memorial Ground.

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A little more about the play areas in Warfield

Westmorlands Park – There is an enclosed play area plus a teenage shelter, multi-sports pitch, swing for older children. Plus the large fields and football pitches, woodland walk and Westmorlands pond. There is free park for Westmorlands Park. You can also enjoy a walk from Westmorlands Park to Edmunds Green where you can see wooden sculptures en-route.

Westmorland Park

Harvest Hill Play Area – Harvest Hill Play area in Warfield was renovated in 2019. It is located within a residential area so hidden from the road. There is play equipment suitable for older and yonger children. Although the park is fenced, there are no gates into the play area.

Harvest Hill Play Area

Warfield Memorial Ground – there is a large playing field with free car parking. The park is good for toddlers as well as older children.

Play Area at Warfield Recreation Ground

Warfield is located in between Ascot and Bracknell. There are also some fantastic play areas in Ascot and also Bracknell.

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