Page Park

Page Park is an urban park situated on the eastern side of Staple Hill, just a short distance from the local high street and access to the Bristol to Bath cycle path.
The park is named after the benefactor, Arthur William Page, who donated the space for use by the local community in 1910. Since then, the park has become the green heart of the local area and is very popular with families and dog walkers.
The park hosts a wide range of sporting activities throughout the year, with local bowls, football and cricket clubs regularly using the facilities available. Visitors can also enjoy a game of tennis on one of the three courts available.
Page Park has seen a transformation in recent years with the addition of a sensory garden and a new children's play area. At the centre of the park, a new café and community building has also been added, which serves both users of the park and the wider community.
As well as new additions, the original bandstand and clock tower have also been refurbished; these buildings are the perfect setting for regular public events held in the park. For more information, visit www.freindsofpagepark.co.uk

Park Facilities

Bandstand
Bowling
Café/Restuarant
Children's Play Area
Dog Exercise Area
Dog Free Area
Events
Fitness Equipment
Football Pitch
Free parking
Parking
Picnic Area
Public Transport Links
Sensory Garden
Tennis Court
Toilets
Walking Routes
Wildlife
Wildflower Area
Football Pitch
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
South Gloucestershire Council
Contact
Paul fealey
Telephone
07925893115
Website
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