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Well situated and created after the covering and grassing over of essential water reservoirs this place needs a bit of imaginative landscaping, maybe more trees and other features. Not gimmicks. It just some thing that makes it a. It more attractive and pleasant to chill...More
This Park has been taken over with dog walkers, I understand the importance to walk the dog but it's like it's in place...
I feel I can't let my child run around due to the muck that's left and I don't trust dogs...
Don't get caught up here without a coat on anything but warm fine days. An open space some swings, room to kick a ball and a private croquet club. No lavatories or catering and parking in adjacent streets is sometimes difficult.
I'm told that this place was created by converting over an early twentieth century reservoir. I can understand therefore why the brow of a hill is so perfectly flat. But little has been done with it and while we spent time today exercising our friends...More
An open safe friendly space in the heart of a lush suburb. Bring the dog, a book or a picnic. Maybe not a bottle as it is now patrolled by Police Community Support Officers - which is a pity. If its new to you, the...More
A large mostly flat open space amidst affluent residential area with plenty of room to relax and play with spectacular long views across to the north and east over the south western areas of Dartmoor National Park. Also home to three or four large croquet...More