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Culture: City Parks

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Stanmer Park

Parks and Green Spaces

Parks, recreation grounds, public gardens, green spaces - whatever you choose to call them, the city has plenty of them. The list in the lefthand navigation bar is not exhaustive. Only one link to the William Clarke Park (known locally as The Patch) is functioning at present. But over time the rest will work and provide information and photographs about the wealth of green spaces that city residents enjoy, and which they value very highly.

Fancy a Peanut - The Friendly Pigeons of Queenspark

Queenspark is a park with a pond plus ducks and geese, bowling greens, childrens' play area and dog and dog-free zones.

feeding the pigeons

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Give Us Just A Little More Time

horse trials at stanmer parkUnfortunately, this site is still being cranked up.

So have a look around and come back and check us out another time.

Before you go, why not have a look at the Undercliff Walk

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