Page Park is a well-managed, safe and welcoming green space for the Staple Hill community and visitors to enjoy events, activities and quality facilities.
In recognition of its importance to the community, a £1.6 million grant was awarded by the Heritage Lottery Fund Park for People programme in 2015 to the council and the Friends of Page Park to help restore and improve the park over a three year period.
The improvement programme includes the following community needs:
- a new café / community building (with new toilets)
- new toddlers play area
- refurbishment of tennis pavilion and use as a volunteers centre/tennis pavilion
- creating and improving landscape and habitats
- repair and restoration of stone boundary walls
- restoration of the clock tower shelter
- restoration of stone gate pillars
- repair / improvement works to some paths
- improvements to the accessibility of the park
- restoration of all park gates
- restoration of granite drinking fountain
- replacement of park railings (cut down in WW2)
- creating a compost area so green waste from around the park can be recycled
- a comprehensive programme of activities and events to engage more, and a wider range of people with the heritage
- training and skills development for new and existing volunteers to become involved in the care and management of the park
- a wide range of interpretation and learning projects
A programme is underway helping to contribute to the regeneration of Staple Hill by improving the quality, accessibility and facilities of the park. The funding will also help to provide volunteering, training and skill development opportunities linked to the activities programme for the park.
Green Flag Award
This year (2019) will see much of the work completed and Page Park will be entered for a Green Flag Award. This award is the national standard for parks and green spaces in England and Wales.
Events and groups
Sunday 19 May – Blown Away
Sunday 9 June – Salvation Army Band
Saturday 15 June – Party in the Park
Sunday 30 June – Salvation Army Band
Sunday – 14 July Salvation Army Band
Sunday 4 August – Male Voice Choir
Sunday 11 August – Salvation Army Band
Sunday 8 September – Salvation Army Band
FREE weekly running group for 16yrs+, meeting at Page Park’s main gates on Thursdays from 7pm to 8pm. All abilities welcome. Find us on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Help our friendly team of volunteers who care for the sensory garden. Wednesdays in the summer 9-11am and every other Wednesday in the winter: email@example.com
April-September. New players welcome to join our friendly club at the beautiful bowls green in the park. 0117 9873212 www.pageparkbowling.org.uk
All year – Simply turn up and play on the courts free of charge provided they have not already been pre-booked. Please refer to our Sports pitches web page for further information.
The Bristol Bootcamp Company
Monday, Wednesdays and Friday mornings 6.30am to 7.15am and evening sessions 6.30pm to 7.15pm. Contact: Dave 07974 792066 www.bristolbootcampcompany.co.uk/home/
The Alpha Activity Academy
A specialist resource providing adult and youth services addressing all aspects of physical fitness and emotional disturbance for complete well being and life style enhancement. Contact Darren at firstname.lastname@example.org
Get Goin Fitness
- Boot Camp Class – Tuesday 6.30pm to 7.30pm
- HIIT session – Thurs 6.45pm to 7.30pm (upstairs in the pavilion)
Each session is £5. Contact Nicola on 07787 803767 or email email@example.com
All seasons Nordic walking
Nordic walking sessions are run every Thursday at 10am. Booking is essential. Contact Helen on 0787 655 7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Free taster sessions are available. Further information is available at www.allseasonsnordicwalking.co.uk
Party in the Park
To mark the culmination of the restoration project, the council and the Friends of Page Park are holding a celebratory Party in the Park event on Saturday 15 June 2019.
The event will take place between 11am and 5pm. There will be live music on the bandstand, arena performances, craft, charity and information stalls as well as children’s rides, entertainment and activities.
Volunteer groups, organisations and charities are invited to book a stall at the event. You can book a stall by completing the booking form and returning it to the Friends of Page Park by emailing email@example.com
To hire the park for an event or the bandstand for a performance or concert, contact Streetcare on 01454 868000 or email CommunitySpaces@southglos.gov.uk.
Also see further information on Hire of public open space
All businesses will need to obtain permission and relevant licensing before using the park.
Group visits must be booked in advance to ensure group safety is balanced with the needs of all park users.
To book a group visit contact StreetCare on 01454 868000 or email CommunitySpaces@southglos.gov.uk
Friends of Page Park
Friends of Page Park work with the council and community in all aspects of park management including
- delivering the Heritage Lottery Page Park Project
- event management
- a green dog walker’s scheme
- fundraising and park maintenance
Reporting vandalism or anti-social behaviour
In an emergency where people or property are at immediate significant risk of harm call 999 and safeguard your own safety as a priority.
To report anti-social behaviour or an incident that is non urgent call 101.
Report vandalism or other damage to property via 101 or to South Gloucestershire Council by calling 01454 868000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to Page Park
The park is located in Staple Hill, South Gloucestershire and is enclosed by Broad Street, Hill House Road, Park Road and South View. There is easy access by foot, bike, car or bus.
Disabled car parking spaces are available on all sides of the park. All gated entrances are wide enough to allow for wheelchair access. All of the paths around the park are flat and in good condition.
Page Park has a disability accessible café and community room which includes accessible toilets.
Cycling to the park
Page Park has great links to the Bristol and Bath Railway Path cycle route. Exit the cycle path onto Signal Road and then follow White Lodge Road onto the Broad Street entrance.
The park can be easily accessed by bus and stops are located on Broad Street, Hill House Road and South View. For more information on bus services to the park visit www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west
For directions see the Friends of Page Park website.
Page Park is open daily from dawn until dusk.
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