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Buckinghamshire Council manage and maintain a number of Parks and Play Areas within the district.
A small pleasant open space surrounded by housing on three sides, overlooked from housing opposite.
An attractive medium sized open space with trees and hedgerows.
A large open space with well maintained grass areas ideal for informal games
Small open space overlooked by housing.
A medium sized open space with natural features and landscaped areas.
An attractive area with various open spaces, all over-looked by the adjacent housing.
A hidden jewel in the centre of Aylesbury, a large sized open space with beautiful trees and interesting land forms.
A medium size open space with interesting mounds and natural features.
A large open space that forms part of the Riverside Walk, a great place for walking, picnics and informal games.
Medium sized open space suitable for informal ball games.
A large open space which links to Watermead Lake.
A large and interesting open space with links to the open country side and a network of walks which are ideal for spotting wildlife.
A large attractive open space with interesting trees and well maintained grass areas ideal for picnics and informal games.
An attractive medium sized open space with a pleasant and friendly feel with interesting trees and land contours.
Aylesbury’s main central park with a contemporary feel, beautiful trees and striking flower beds.
Large open access play space that incorporates natural features and play items designed for children aged 2-14yrs.
Green Flag award winning park (the quality benchmark for parks and green areas in the UK)
Inclusive play areas allowing children with or without disabilities to play together in one space
A small pleasant play space with natural features and landscaped features.
Local authorities are required to assess the existing and future needs of their communities for open space, sports and recreational facilities.
A medium sized open space with interesting grass mounds which enhance play experiences.
A small but pretty open space which runs adjacent to the River Great Oust.
One of three ‘Play on Birds’ Play spaces located along the Riverside Walk.
An Ideal site for picnics, informal games and walking.
A large open space with interesting trees and areas ideal for informal ball games.
A large open space that forms part of the Riverside Walk a great place for walking, picnics and informal games.
A small pleasant open space located between Turnfurlong School and houses.
A small open space surrounded by housing.
An attractive and large open space popular with walkers as it links to the Aylesbury arm of the Grand Union Canal.
A fenced play space offering a wide range of play experiences designed for children aged 2-14yrs.
A pleasant open space adjacent to the Great River Ouse with pedestrian links to Buckingham’s main shopping area.
A large strip of open space which runs adjacent to the Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union canal and is linked to the town centre via the canal tow path. An ideal site for walking.