23rd April 2024

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Parks & Open Spaces

Sindelfingen Park, Dronfield Woodhouse

Sindelfingen Park, Dronfield Woodhouse

Marsh Avenue Play Area, Dronfield

Marsh Avenue Play Area, Dronfield

Moonpenny Play Area, Dronfield

Moonpenny Play Area, Dronfield

Cliffe Park Play Area, Dronfield

Cliffe Park Play Area, Dronfield

Birches Fold Play Area, Coal Aston

Birches Fold Play Area, Coal Aston

Sindelfingen Park Play Area, Dronfield Woodhouse

Sindelfingen Park Play Area, Dronfield Woodhouse

The parks and open spaces maintained by the Dronfield Town Council are:

Sindelfingen Park Play Area refurbished in 2023, including a fenced off toddler area, zipwire and mini football goal. An open basketball court and static fitness area is also situated within the park.

There is a large amount of open green space.

Cliffe Park Includes a café and Gosforth Lodge (meeting room/kitchen available for hire - link here)

Play Area features a popular sand pit, basket swing, a variety of extensive play equipment and large open green space.

The park also has table tennis, MUGA pitch (Multi Use Games Area) with changing rooms, bowling green, 3 x tennis courts, basketball court, mini golf (use of own equipment required) and a large, green open space for picnics and playing games. There is a car parking on-site.

For MUGA pitch hire enquiries - please click here and complete the enquiry form at the bottom of the page.

Hilltop Play Area and football pitch.

Marsh Avenue Play Area and large open green space with a play area which was refurbished in 2020.

Cemetery Road Play Area refurbished in 2020, mini football pitch and cycle track.

Moonpenny Way Play Area refurbished in 2021 and a large open green space.

Birches Fold Play Area refurbished in 2019 and large open green space with football goal.

Lundy Road Play Area refurbished in 2019.

Dronfield Woodhouse Recreation Ground Play Area fenced off and surrounded by large open green space and one football pitch, bowling green and pavilion, two tennis courts, cricket ground and running track (in summer). There is a car parking on-site. NB: The cricket pavilion is not managed by the Town Council.

Coal Aston Playing Fields One full size football pitch with changing rooms, two tennis courts, a bowling green and pavilion, car park on-site.

Stonelow Recreation Ground Enclosed play area close to the recreation ground, including a roundabout, swings and climbing rock for all ages plus much more. Cricket ground and pavilion with practice netting area, football pitches and changing rooms. There is car parking on-site.

Jubilee Park Large open green space.

Lucas Gardens Grassed area with flower beds and seating.

Lea Brook Valley Wooded area with footpath and seating.

The Alma Wooded area with footpaths.

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

In addition to the above the Town Council also maintain smaller green areas around the town including but not limited to Quoit Green, The Pond (Coal Aston), flower bed on Carr Lane, flower bed opposite White Swan, flower bed at Wreakes Lane, small grassed area at junction of Stone Road and Cross Lane and small grassed area at top of Dyche Lane.

NOTE - Gladys Buxton fields / open space is not owned or maintained by Dronfield Town Council. Please direct all Gladys Buxton enquiries to Derbyshire County Council at 01629 533190.

Commercial Use of Parks Policy

  • (2023 02) DTC Commercial Use of Parks Policy v1.1 (PDF, 156 Kb)

    The Commercial Use of Parks policy applies for any groups wishing to use the parks of Dronfield for commercial gain or large events. Please read the policy to check if it applies to you before using the parks for group activities. If you are unsure or have any questions please call the office on 01246 418573.

Memorial Benches

  • DTC Memorial Bench Policy v1.1 (PDF, 264 Kb)

    Memorial bench policy and application for a memorial bench

    Please note : New memorial bench applications are accepted for Sindelfingen Park or Cliffe Park only.

Last updated: Tue, 16 Apr 2024 11:22