Construction of the new family facilities in the Walled Garden is almost complete. Over the coming months we will be installing all the fixtures and fittings and planning a busy programme of activities.
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There will be plenty of fun to be had on the indoor play equipment, which will be divided into different age groups.
With such a large area available within the Walled Garden, many activities will take place outdoors. There will be plenty of fun to be had on the outdoor play equipment, which will be divided into distinct areas for different age groups.
On Thursday 11 July, Graham White, Chairman of the Woodcote Park Committee, officially opened the Woodland with the help of some Woodcote Juniors and their families. Take a walk up to the Woodland and explore this new facility today!
A supplement outlining The Walled Garden plans has been sent out with the April edition of Pell-Mell and Woodcote magazine. (April 2019)
The family facilities in the Walled Garden passed another critical milestone as the steel frame of the new building is completed.
From Thursday 11 July to the end of August, there will be a Visitor Centre at the Walled Garden where you can view the facilities emerging. Simply follow the signs through the Woodland. (June 2019)
The newly restored Woodland opens on Thursday 11 July, with a network of new paths joining the Woodland Car Park, Cedars Sports and the Walled Garden as well as areas to explore, play and rest. (June 2019)
Ground has officially been broken in The Walled Garden at Woodcote Park. The Club Chairman, Ben Cussons, was at the controls helping to remove the first layer of topsoil to mark the commencement of construction. (March 2019)
The Woodcote Park masterplan set the ambition of developing Woodcote Park into a centre for sport, leisure and family activities. (January 2019)