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Ladywell Fields

Ladywell Fields is a wonderful space that runs between Catford and Ladywell and is around a mile long.

The parks consists of three fields with a river running through them. The park underwent enhancements in 2007/8 to the northern Field to divert the river into main area of the field creating a wonderful natural space where river dipping and paddling is popular in the Summer months.

In 2010/11 more enhancements were carried out to the middle and southern fields to open the river up to use and as a result children and adults alike can now access various sections to enjoy the environment that has a fabulous countryside feel. If you're lucky you might even see the Kingfishers and the Heron!

The park is a key cycling and walking route and popular with joggers and dog walkers.

Elements in the park include:

  • Northern Field: Children's playground, skate park, tennis courts
  • Middle Filed: Adventure playground, water pumps
  • Southern Field: Play area for young children.

At the northern most section of the park is a small nature reserve.

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