Amenities

Children’s playgrounds

A children’s playground has been installed on the grass in the north east corner of the park. The playground is not fenced off from the rest of the park, giving children easy access to the play equipment from the surrounding grassed areas. Dog owners are kindly requested to make sure that their dogs do  not enter the play equipment area.

The old tennis courts area at the Broadway entrance to the park couldn’t be use for the site of the play equipment due to the expense of removing asbestos from underneath the old tennis court surface.  However, this area has been sealed off with a new layer of tarmac and Friends of Spencer Park have raised funds for a range of playground markings. This latest play area is proving very popular amongst children of all ages.

Tennis

If you would like join the Community Tennis Club, see the Tennis page. Membership is still only £25 per household!

The pavilion

Our long-term plans for the pavilion are still in the consultation stage. Our aims include a multi-use community space and perhaps even a community café.

Pavilion for hire!
In the meantime, we plan to decorate one of the rooms in the pavilion so that we can host children’s parties throughout the summer months. If you’re interested in hiring our party room, please get in touch. We can even help you arrange your catering!

Bowls

If you are interesting in playing bowls on the flat green, please email Friends of Spencer Park for more information. Groups are especially welcome.

If you would like to join the Albany Bowls Club who play on the crown green, please visit the club’s website for more information.
www.albanyclubbowls.co.uk

Keep fit

The perimeter path of Spencer Park is almost exactly a quarter of a mile. So … four times around the park and you’ve done a mile! That’s equivalent to around 2000 steps.

If you fancy something a bit more challenging, check out the new 1km marker posts around the recreation ground. They are 100m apart and mark out a full 1km lap. More details are posted in the new notice board on Spencer Road.

 

Friends of Spencer Park – Registered Charity No.1176323

 

 

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