GO Active Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park
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The 42 hectares that make up Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park is split with the old Cutteslowe Park to the north and Sunnymead park to the south. The Cutteslowe area was acquired in stages, between 1936 and 1938. The Sunnymead area of the park was once a Council tip and wasteland. The two sections were joined together by a new bridge in 2002. During the Second World War large areas of the park were dug up to produce vegetables. After the war the park continued to grow with the inclusion of a disused section of allotments to the South of the Cutteslowe area of the park. This is now managed to provide a semi-natural wildlife area and community woodland. The park offers lots of activities for the whole family and is definitely a place to spend the whole day with: 3 play areas, sand pit, tennis courts, duck pond, mini golf, miniature railway, basketball, table tennis, skate park, community woodland, meadows and waterside area, MUGA, plenty of space for informal play,kickabouts, picnics,
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum