Recreation Grounds

Recreation Grounds in Stoke Poges

Bells Hill Recreation Ground

This beautiful Recreation Ground left to the residents of Stoke Poges by Lord Decies in the 19th Century provides an open space for families and children with swings and an adventure playground with climbing apparatus plus a separate outdoor gym (in front of the tennis courts).

Within the park is an all-weather multi-use games area, marked out for football, basketball and netball, opened in 2015 by Sir Matthew Pinsent. There is a superb football pitch and a state-of-the-art pavilion, completed in May 2015, which provides changing facilities and a large hall for use by scout, guide and youth groups.

Seating pods in the recreation ground provide an area for youths to meet and chat in their own space, with a target shooting wall available for footballers keen to develop their skills.

Access to this recreation ground is via:

Footpath from Rogers Lane, beside the Dog & Pot Public House.
From the garages in Sefton Close.
Footpath from Rogers Lane, beside St Andrew’s Church.
From Bells Hill Road through the main gate.

Plough Lane Recreation Ground

Another wonderful Recreation Ground providing ample open space for families and children with a sectioned off swings and children’s play area.

Within the park is a hard standing area with a basket ball net and a youth football pitch.

Seating pods in the recreation ground provide an area for youths to meet and chat in their own space, with a target shooting wall available for footballers keen to develop their skills.

Access to this recreation ground is via:
From Plough Lane.
From the end of Hartley Close.
From Farthing Green Lane.