Children's Play Areas in Parks
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Brambles Millenium Park provides a range of equipment for all ages, including a ball play area in the field between the Brambleside shopping area and Brambleside School.
North Park play area is primarily designed for toddler play. There are ballcourts next to it where anyone is welcome to kick a ball around or children can learn to ride bicycles, providing the courts are not being used for organised games. Between the ballcourts and the tennis courts there is a "cycle" obstacle course for developing cycling skills.
Grafton Street park play area has a full range of play equipment and a separate dog free ball play area.
Grantown Close Junior & toddler areas The toddler area is sited on the old putting green behind the pavilion so that it can be used by any group or party which hires the pavilion, however it is open to all younger children and parents. The junior play area is between Grantown Close and Deeble Road and is particularly suitable for children between eight and twelve.
Gray's Field This is the main play area for Barton Seagrave.
Mill Road Park play area will be refurbished by April 2010. Watch out for a community fun day to celebrate the opening of the Park.
Meadow Road play area is an easy walk from the centre of the town.
Rockingham Road Pleasure Park has a wide variety of play equipment for all ages including swing, slide, springers, turnstile roundabout, climbing equipment and a large kickabout area with goalposts. The site also has a special roundabout which is designed for use with a
Spring Rise Park has received major investment through the Childrens Play Big Lottery Fund programme and many other funders. More improvements are currently being delivered with completion estimated March 31 2010.
Village Play Areas
The majority of larger villages have at least one play area, however there are exceptions which have no identified suitable site. The Borough Council is aware of these and will continue to explore opportunities to introduce play provision for younger children where possible.
Last updated 28/02/2012