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i'm dog sitting at present, so i'm walking round here twice a day, the freedom to run, the extremely good weather, the grass, the birds singing is wonderfull, the staff in the park are cheerfull, even the car drivers on the dessignated roads through are...More
Visited with my 8 year old. He had a lovely time playing on the playground and running across the fields followed by lunch in the cafe. Currently a limited menu but the staff told me that was soon to change as it's recently been taken...More
Visited 11th June with my husband,daughter and baby grandson,Beautiful weather busy with families and lots of children.Cafe was closed again and public toilets were being locked up at 2.30pm,this is far too early for a public park.
Went to moss bank park for the a specific reason ,, to see the butterfly’s , ( always called it the butterfly park ) unfortunately they no long have the butterfly’s or animals , it had a nice play park and open space for playing...More
Visited today as it was a really sunny day for a change . Plenty of things to play on for a good range of children’s ages . Didn’t venture up towards what looked like a cafe . Maybe head that way next time . A...More
I drive past here to get to work and never been. So on Good Friday, me and my friends with kids decided to try it.
They had a blast on the playground and the huge sand area. It was wet but that didn't stop them....More
Very well looked after Park - Brilliant for wandering in a safe healthy environment - plenty of areas for children to play and on two week dyas a place called - The Hive - is open at the rear of the cafe run by the...More
This park is only a short drive from us so we often go for a walk around. I used to play amateur football on the pitches there so many happy years of memories for me.
Parking is quite plentiful and free. Although we just use...More