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Recreation grounds and parks in Runnymede

Find out about some of our recreation grounds and parks in Runnymede.

Gogmore play area

There are five formal parks in the borough with facilities such as sports pitches, children's play areas, paddling pools and public toilets.

Dedicated staff maintain these parks and are present during the working day and when there are evening or weekend activities.

There are also a number of informal parks and open spaces in Runnymede open all year round.

  • Chertsey recreation ground

    Chertsey Rec is a popular venue for a number of sports and it is home to the Chertsey Bowls Club. For children, the park offers a large play area and in the summer the paddling pool and putting green are open.

  • Heathervale recreation ground

    Heathervale Rec is off the beaten track, but is well used by local residents and sports clubs. It appeals to children of all ages with a paddling pool, play area, skate park and multi-games court.

  • Ottershaw Memorial Fields

    Ottershaw Memorial Field is an attractive venue, popular for cricket, football, and bowls and is home to a number of local sports clubs. The woodland behind the main park provides pleasant walks and one route leads back to the village.

  • The Orchard and Abbeyfields

    Close to the centre of Chertsey, the Orchard and Abbeyfield is a tranquil park with an interesting history. It was once part of Chertsey Abbey and a small section of the old abbey wall and remnants of the abbey ponds and moats can still be seen there.

  • Victory Park

    A short walk from Addlestone town centre, Victory Park offers a range of play equipment, sports facilities and a paddling pool.

  • Informal parks and open spaces

    Runnymede is blessed with a large number of informal parks and open spaces, including Runnymede Pleasure Grounds, Chertsey Meads and Hythe Park.

  • Runnymede Pleasure Ground Proposal 2018

    We have some exciting plans for Runnymede Pleasure Grounds and we are asking for your views on the proposal.

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