Wellington ParkParks and play areas
|Sunday||7.30am to dusk|
|Monday||7.30am to dusk|
|Tuesday||7.30am to dusk|
|Wednesday||7.30am to dusk|
|Thursday||7.30am to dusk|
|Friday||7.30am to dusk|
|Saturday||7.30am to dusk|
Wellington Park is a grade II listed formal Edwardian park. It covers 1.8 hectares and was sensitively restored in 2000, thanks to Heritage Lottery Funding.
Many of the original design features have been kept. The war memorial and toilet block were added later. The park has a ha-ha, bandstand, ornamental pond and floral bedding displays. Throughout the summer the park is used for a lively events programme organised by the Friends of Wellington Park, popular with local people and visitors.
How to get there
From Courtland Road and Beech Grove, and steps from Recreation Ground.
Public toilets with disabled facilities, nearby children’s play areas, skateboard ramp and recreation ground.
|Address||Wellington Park TA21 8NF|