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Grenfell Park

Announcement

This play area and park is open. Please adhere to the social distancing guidelines. 

(Tueday 7 July 2020)

Overview

Located on Grenfell Road, close to the Town Centre and Train Station at Maidenhead

Grenfell Park can be accessed by pedestrians from its northern end at South Road, Maidenhead

Size: 
A walk around the perimeter of this park will contribute 600 steps to the advised 10,000 daily steps recommended to improve fitness.

BBQs are not permitted in any of the parks and open spaces.

Location and access details

Located on Grenfell Road, close to the Town Centre and Train Station at Maidenhead

Grenfell Park can be accessed by pedestrians from its northern end at South Road, Maidenhead

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Facilities
  • Multi-use play area for basketball/netball
  • Small Car Park
  • 2 Play Areas with equipment for children aged up to 13 years old
  • Cafe and toilet facilities
  • Outdoor Gym
History

Grenfell Park, Grenfell Road, Maidenhead was donated to the town in 1897 by Lord Desborough (William Grenfell) to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. The park has a number of unusual trees, the seeds of which were provided by Lord Desborough after travelling the world. The steep wooded banks and large flat grassed area to the rear of the park form a natural amphitheatre.

Awarded to Grenfell Park in July 2012 for the first year in recognition of achieving the national standard for parks and green spaces in England & Wales.

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Grenfell Park Management Plan