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Parks & Open Spaces

Cliffe Park, Dronfield

Birches Fold Play Area, Coal Aston

Sindelfingen Park, Dronfield Woodhouse

Open spaces maintained by the Town Council, across Dronfield can be seen below;

Cliffe Park - includes Gosforth Lodge which has a meeting room and kitchen available for hire.

The park has table tennis, mini golf, multi use games area with changing rooms, bowling green, 3 x tennis courts, basketball court, large open space for picnic and playing games.

Coal Aston Playing Fields - 2 full size football pitches with changing room, pavilion, tennis court, bowling green and pavilion, ample car parking for 50 cars.

Dronfield Woodhouse Recreation Ground- Football pitch, bowling green, tennis court, cricket ground and pavilion.

Stonelow Recreation Ground - Cricket ground and pavilion with practice netting area, football pitches and changing rooms.

Jubilee Park - Large open space.

Lucas Gardens - Grassed area with flower beds and seating.

Carr Lane Well Dressing Site - Small grassed area with flower bed used annually for the well dressing.

Parks with play areas

Parks maintained by the Town Council, across Dronfield with children's play areas can be seen below;

Cliffe Park - this is Dronfield's largest park, the play area was refurbished in 2018 and there is also a popular sand pit area and mini golf.

Sindelfingen Park - Large open area with play areas to suit young and older children plus basketball courts.

Hilltop - Play area and football pitch to have a kick about on.

Marsh Avenue - Play area and football kick about area, large open area.

Cemetery Road - Play area and mini football pitch.

Moonpenny Way - Play area and a large open playing field.

Birches Fold - Play area refurbished in 2019 and large open grassed area.

Dronfield Woodhouse - fenced in play area with a variety of equipment

Lundy Road- Tucked away play area refurbished in 2019.

Stonelow - Small play area close to the recreation ground.

Memorial Benches

Last updated: Mon, 08 Aug 2022 13:05