Parks & Playgrounds in Reading

 
Caversham Court Gardens Caversham
21-Mar-14 to 21-Mar-16

Simple garden walk alongside the riverside. Great for picnics, feeding ducks and meeting friends. The Tea Kiosk, in a converted Arts and Crafts building, sells teas, coffee and...

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Beale Park Reading wide
1-Apr-14 to 1-Apr-16
disabled access

Discover Beale Park Wildlife Park and Gardens Beale Park's the place to be with fun, adventure, animals, gardens, play and activities on the banks of the picturesque River Thames.

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Dinton Pastures Reading wide
25-Apr-14 to 25-Apr-16
disabled access

Dinton Pastures Country Park has just over 335 acres. The Park is open daily throughout the year. It offers a variety of habitats including 7 lakes, 2 rivers, and meadows. Three...

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Wellington Country Park Reading wide
3-May-14 to 3-May-16
disabled access

Wellington Country Park is situated in 350 acres of beautiful parklands.It offers a safe, open air, fun filled venue, with facilities and attractions especially suited for childre...

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Forbury Gardens Reading centre
19-May-14 to 19-May-16

Forbury Gardens is a public open space adjacent to Reading town centre, to the east of the Chruch of St Lawrence. The centrepiece is the Maiwand Lion, a massive sculpture of a...

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Lockey Farm Shop & Butchers Reading wide
26-May-14 to 26-May-16

Lockey Farm was a new farm started by Graham and Caroline Adams 15 years ago, having broken away from the family farm, to set up their own. Caroline and Graham are 4th generation...

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Woodford Park Woodley
5-Jun-14 to 5-Jun-16

The 24 acre park has belonged to the Council since the early 1960s. In the 1970s the park was improved to create the lake and the hill that so many youngsters use. The park provid...

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Balmore Walk Caversham
5-Jun-14 to 5-Jun-16

Balmore Walk runs along the bow of a steep grassy bank overlooking Caverhsam. From the top there are good views over Reading from Early to Prospect Park. The bank is dotted with...

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Christchurch Meadows Caversham
5-Jun-14 to 5-Jun-16

A large close cut grass meadow on the north bank of the Thames stretching from Caversham Bridge to Reading Bridge. Specimen trees and shrubs along the bank and around the play...

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Prospect Park Reading wide
5-Jun-14 to 5-Jun-16

The open parkland of Prospect Park, Reading's largest open space, gets its name from the fine views across the Kennet Valley and beyond, which can be seen from the Mansion House....

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