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image for Children's Playground item typeHanley Park Children's Play Zone at Hanley Park

Children's Playground, free entry

Children's Play Zone

Children's Play Zone

Address

Cleveland Road,
City Centre,
Stoke-on-Trent,
Staffordshire,
ST1 4DX

Events at this Venue

date event
Wed 4 Jan - Wed 20 Dec Closer to Home Health Walk - Joiners Square
Sat 7 Jan - Sat 30 Dec Hanley Parkrun
Mon 9 Jan - Mon 18 Dec Closer to Home Health Walk - Hanley Park
Wed 11 Jan - Wed 20 Dec Staffordshire University's Midweek Mile

Details

The children's play zone has great play facilities for both toddlers and juniors, such as traditional play equipment, including swings, alongside more modern additions - space net, an alien climbing unit, dance chimes, bouncy spring animals and a zip line.

Coach parties acceptedDisabled toiletsPicnic sitePublic toilets

Children welcomeDisabled accessDogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Smoking not allowed

Amenities at the park include: all weather, floodlit sport court; cricket wickets; bandstand; bowling green; fishing; lake and fountains. This park has been improved through the Greening for Growth programme with the support of Advantage West Midlands and the European Regional Development Fund. The Greening for Growth programme of environmental improvements was launched in 2003 and is the largest environmental regeneration programme in the West Midlands. Greening for Growth aims to create Well used and maintained landmark parks that offer more leisure opportunities and attract visitors to the area. A North Staffordshire network of safe, attractive off-road routes for pedestrians and cyclists. Canals, rivers and disused railways will link green spaces with homes, work places and leisure facilities, 28km of greenways will be created or upgraded. A landscape to be proud of where major transport routes and developments are set in interesting, high quality landscapes.

Opening Details

Open all the time

Open everyday, 24 hour pedestrian access, car parks are open from 8:00am until dusk.

Prices

Free entry

Location

Directions

Plan route to Hanley Park using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SJ 881467  Lat: 53.01745 Long: -2.17882

Hanley Park is in Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent, within walking distance of Stoke-on-Trent mainline railway station. Pedestrian access is off the boundaries of the park - College Road, Avenue Road, Ridgway Road and The Parkway. The park can also be reached on the Caldon Canal, which runs through the park, and joins the Trent & Mersey Canal at Etruria Locks. Car parks are located off The Parkway and off Avenue Road.

Bus services 23, 23A every 10 minutes.
25 every 10 minutes.
24, 24A every 30 minutes.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 1 mile from Stoke-on-Trent station

Facilities

  • Coach parties acceptedCoach parties accepted
  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Smoking not allowedSmoking not allowed

Amenities at the park include: all weather, floodlit sport court; cricket wickets; bandstand; bowling green; fishing; lake and fountains. This park has been improved through the Greening for Growth programme with the support of Advantage West Midlands and the European Regional Development Fund. The Greening for Growth programme of environmental improvements was launched in 2003 and is the largest environmental regeneration programme in the West Midlands. Greening for Growth aims to create Well used and maintained landmark parks that offer more leisure opportunities and attract visitors to the area. A North Staffordshire network of safe, attractive off-road routes for pedestrians and cyclists. Canals, rivers and disused railways will link green spaces with homes, work places and leisure facilities, 28km of greenways will be created or upgraded. A landscape to be proud of where major transport routes and developments are set in interesting, high quality landscapes.