Sunninghill and Ascot Parish Council runs a brand new, young children's play area on Ascot heath, on Churchill Avenue, which runs up the centre of Ascot Racecourse.  For more information call 01344 630141 Click on the photos to enlarge them   

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Sunninghill and Ascot Parish Council runs the Langdale Drive play area for young children, in the middle of Blythewood, Ascot. The playground can be accessed from Langdale Drive and from Jones Corner off Prince Andrew Way in North Ascot (along a woodland path which runs alongside the Blackmoor Stream). Facilities include play builder’ structures for 8 to 12 year olds and well as toddler equipment.  For more information call 01344 630141 Click on the photos to enlarge them  

ascot playgrounds

Winkfield Parish Council  runs the Asher Recreation Ground, Lovel Road, Cranbourne almost opposite Cranbourne School.   There is very well - maintained play equipment, a  hopscotch area and a  car park (accessed from Hatchet Lane). 

 

 

 

No public toilets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Winkfield Parish Council  runs the Blackmoor Playspace, North Ascot. There is very well - maintained play equipment for young children. For more information  call 01344 885110

 

 

 

No public toilets

 

Read more: Blackmoor Close Play Space | North Ascot | Playground

 

Sunninghill Parish Council runs a small playground off Hilltop Close in Cheapside near Ascot.  Click on Hilltop Close play area for more information

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 Winkfield Parish Council  runs the Jubilee Recreation Ground, at the end of Goaters Road, off Fernbank Road, North Ascot, SL5 8JA. There is very well - maintained play equipment, tennis courts, football pitch, pavilion, woodland, dog hygiene bins and a large car park.  The park can be accessed from Goaters Road (gates locked at dusk) and from the Ascot Priory church yard.

Karen's Community Cafe - for young people - runs in the pavilion .

 

 

 

No public toilets

 

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  Winkfield Parish Council  runs the King George V  Playing Field with children's playground, next to Winkfield St.Mary's School,  Winkfield Row.  There is very well - maintained play equipment and junior  football pitches.   and a  car park.  The car park  can be accessed from Chavey Down Road , Winkfield Row. (gates locked at dusk) .

 

 

 

No public toilets

 

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  Winkfield Parish Council  runs the superb and imaginatively designed Locks Ride Recreation Ground, off Forest Road, Winkfield Row, RG42 7NJ (at the corner of Locks Ride and Forest Road). There is very well - maintained play equipment,  football pitches, 'Splashpad' and 'beach area' , barbecue, cricket, pavilion, softball (Ascot Blues base)  and a  car park.  The park can be accessed from Forest Road (gates locked at dusk) .

 

 

 

Public toilet till 8pm

 

Read more: Locks Ride Recreation Ground | Winkfield | Playground | Football | Cricket

Sunninghill Parish Council runs a very well - equipped play area for children of all ages, at the South Ascot Recreation Ground, off Victoria Road, South Ascot.  There is also a football pitch, with changing facilities.  The cost of hiring the pitch per season,  is between £425 and £450 (currently booked).  There is a small car park off Victoria Road. No public toilets. Click on South Ascot Rec for more information.

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Broomhall Recreation Ground in a very attractive and well- kept park, which has well  thought-out and safe play  facilities,  garden and football pitch, watched over by resident groundsman, Graeme Kennedy.  The Rec is host to many public functions including the annual Sunningdale Area Carnival in September, the Lynwood Fete and celebratory concerts ( eg the Diamond Jubilee live music stage). Suningdale Parish Council is  proud of its renovated recreation ground.
The open recreation ground is available to enjoy, to picnic or play games.

 

There is a good sized car park, shared with the Sunningdale Parish Council Offices and WI Hall and a kiosk serving snacks.

 

The Rec is located between Broomhall Lane and the Ascot to Sunningdale railway line , SL5 0QS.

 

For more information call 01344 874268 or e-mail Anne.Martin@rbwm.gov.uk

 

CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND

 

One of the best children’s playgrounds for miles around. Latest additions are a water feature and a gazebo.

 

TENNIS

 

There are excellent quality tennis courts. The Parish Council has an agreement with Charters Tennis, who run coaching,  weekly tennis sessions and holiday courses.

 

COMMUNITY GARDEN

 

There is also a Community Garden, run as part of the Sustainable Sunningdale project. The garden will be open to the public every day, and in addition there will be a chance to quiz Graeme (the Grounds Manager) weekly when he is tending the garden.

 

CRICKET

 

Cricket equipment is available for hire. The Parish Council installed a set of cricket nets and hires out stumps, bat and ball, in return for a small deposit.

 

TEEN SCENE

 

Teen Scene is  an area set aside for teens, including  a climbing frame. The latest addition to the Teen Scene area has been a pod swing.

 

CARDIO VASCULAR EQUIPMENT

 

The Parish Council has installed eight pieces of equipment which are designed for use by all ages to encourage fitness.

The leg press, skier and body twist can be enjoyed by two people at the same time, while the air walker, rider, cross rider, cycle and rowing machine are designed to individually build up muscles.

 

Next to the eight pieces of cardio equipment, there is a rope trail and a multi-sport goal which is suitable for a variety of sports.

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  New keys are being issued by Sunninghill and Ascot Parish Council for the Victory Fields Tennis Courts. Click on Tennis at Victory Fields for more information. 

As well as tennis courts, there is a multi-court for ball games, a skateboard ramp and a football pitch. Tom Green’s Field which lies behind the tennis courts is an attractive area for dog walkers. There is an entrance gate to Victory Field which is locked at dusk and that a key is needed to access the tennis courts. The keys cost £25 and can be obtained from the Parish Office, or from Chapman’s the Ironmongers on Sunninghill High Street, during usual opening hours.

Access and parking to Victory Fields has recently been upgraded. See http://www.ascotmatters.co.uk/community/39-community/9324-sunninghill-victory-fields-access-iproved

         

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