Telford Town Park
Telford Town Park is 150 hectares of urban park attracting in the region of 750,000 visitors per year, and managed by Telford and Wrekin Council. Situated in the centre of Telford with a large conurbation and Southwater surrounding it, the park includes a 90 -hectare Local Nature Reserve. During the 1970s, Telford Development Corporation developed the park with the remit to provide a “Green Lung” for the people of the new town.
What RoSPA Play Safety inspectors had to say:
The play areas provide a variety of equipment across a broad range including toddler areas with spring animals, swings, slides, a pirate ship and train, to the more adventurous equipment of a giant spider's web, rocket slide, tyre swing, trim trail and water play. All complimented by a teenage activity area, all ability play area, a bandstand, purpose built visitor centre, aerial ropes course, adventure golf and disc golf and the Chelsea and Maxell Gardens.