Parks & Open Spaces

Information relating to Broxtowe Parks and Open Spaces.


Parks, Recreation Grounds & Play Areas
The Council provides a range of parks, recreation grounds, play areas and facilities throughout the Borough.
Fairground Fairgrounds
Fairs take place at Bramcote Hills Park, Bramcote, Dovecote Lane Recreation Ground, Beeston, Manor Farm, Toton and Jubilee Park, Eastwood.
Open Spaces
In addition to the Parks and Recreation Grounds, the council maintains over 80 hectares of publicly accessible open space.
Broxtowe Borough Council’s Dave Wadsley on the hunt for a geocache container in Hall Om Wong Open Space, Kimberley alongside the Mayor of Broxtowe (2011/12), Cllr Jacky Williams, and her grandson, Spencer Geocaching
Do you fancy discovering the great outdoors with a difference? Broxtowe Borough Council has recently set up four geocaches to encourage people to explore the borough's parks, open spaces, countryside and heritage.
Outdoor Facilities
The Council provide a range of parks and recreation grounds throughout the Borough.
Bramcote Hills 1 Bramcote Hills Park
Bramcote Hills Park is approximately 27 hectares in size, comprising a mix of woodland and parkland. It is a focal point for community participation in leisure and recreational activities and is a much appreciated facility for dog walkers, parents with young children and families.
Bramcote Hills Park Entrance Filming in Parks & Open Spaces
Broxtowe Borough Council maintains nearly 50 Parks and Recreation Grounds, as well as over 80 hectares of publicly accessible open space, including 13 local nature reserves which can be used for filming. The Council also maintains 5 cemeteries.
Hugh's Gardening Tips
Each month Hugh Turrell, the Council's Horticultural Assistant will be offering residents his top gardening tips.

Page Last Updated: 20/04/2016