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Mundy Playing Fields
Mundy Playing Fields, Kington Lane, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 1NA
The playground saw an £85,000 overhaul in 2018 which included the installation of many new pieces of equipment such as swings, climbing pieces and trampolines. The splash pad was opened in 2014 and is used by visitors throughout the summer months. [More information on the Mundy Playing Fields]
Streamleaze Green, Streamleaze, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 2DX
Section 106 money was used to refurbish this playground in 2018. Set within a green field owned by South Gloucestershire Council, the playground features a multi-play climbing frame, trampolines and separate basketball hoop. Parking is possible on the road by the Green.
Chantry (Tilting Road)
Tilting Road, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 1EP
This small, quiet play area features swings and a climbing frame. Access is from Tilting Road, where there is limited parking. The area also features open green space, suitable for ball games or quiet relaxation.
For satnavs use: Eastland Avenue, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 1DU
This is a small, enclosed playground which features two slides and open green space. Textured landscaping and strategic planting have been used to give the playground a unique feel to others in Thornbury. This playground is part of the Town Council’s rolling redevelopment programme and will be subject to refurbishment works. There is limited parking in the surrounding roads.
Osprey Park, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 1LX
December 2019 was an exciting month as we revealed our newly refurbished playground with swings, trampolines and an accessible roundabout, which some of our Councillors are modelling here! £50,000 was spent on the development, after consultation with local residents and schools. There is limited parking on the surrounding roads.
For satnav, use: Thornbury Leisure Centre, Alveston Hill, Thornbury, Bristol, BS35 3JB
With a leafy backdrop, the Skate Park is based in the field next to the Leisure Centre and is easily accessible from their car park. Whilst the park is owned by the Town Council, the surrounding field is owned by South Gloucestershire Council and contains the newly developed Krunch Hub, which delivers services for young people.