Braintree District Council
Marshalls Park is part of a Local Nature Reserve and is informal open land containing a variety of trees and plants.
The park is opposite Braintree Cemetery, containing World War I graves that face on to the park. The town has also planted a circle of lime trees within the park to commemorate the centenary of World War I.
The site benefits from a small car park to the front direct from the main road. To the far right of the park looking at it from the road there is the River Brain which courses its way alongside the park. The park is well used and conveniently located next to a large housing estate, it is used by dog walkers, people exercising, joggers, people laying out in the sun and children playing ball games. It is a lovely open space well maintained and used.