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Play park

Pangbourne Meadow and Pangbourne Recreation Ground Play Area

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. 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…
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Dinton Pastures Play Park

Dinton Pastures Play Park

The Dinton Pastures Play Park in Wokingham is a generous sized park found at Dinton Pastures Country Park. The aim of the play area when built in 2014 was to be a place for inclusive play with an emphasis on tactile and sensory play. What is at Dinton Pastures Play Park? In the park you will find swings, underground tunnels, a zip wire, giant wooden nest towers, a swinging hanging log, tunnels and so much more. There is a large mound in the middle of the park which is perfect for climbing the cargo net and there is a large…
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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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King George V Recreation Ground in Winkfield Row

King George V Recreation Ground in Winkfield Row

King George V Recreation Ground in Winkfield Row, between Ascot and Bracknell and just down the road from Locks Ride Recreation Ground which is a very popular park.  What equipment does the park have? The play area at King George V Recreation Ground in Winkfield Row has recently been refurbished with new play equipment throughout. There is a small climbing frame, toddler swing, roundabout and trampoline for the younger children and swings, climbing frames one with climbing wall and helter-skelter slide attached, a large ‘snake’ swing and sea-saw.  There are picnic tables near the play area plus a large BBQ,…
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