Harewood Road, Skipton, North Yorkshire
Well kept, great to be in all year round (great hills for sledging too!), we have a brand spanking new children play area, pump tracks for bike/scooters and skate boards. There's lots of seating dotted around for a peaceful read, watch the world go by or rest! Pick us!
Stanningley Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire
A hidden gem with sports pitches, golf course, woods, allotments, bowling club and a mansion! Friends of group are doing huge work to improve accessibility and use in a low income area to make a real asset for the community.
Brigg Road, Barton-upon-Humber, North Lincolnshire
Historic with a museum. Its ties with the local community. The garden dedicated to the founder of the Samaritans. Wealth of trees some ancient. Friendly and accommodating, staff helpful and informative. Therapeutic experience. Plenty of litter and dog waste bins. Spotlessly clean, maintained. Beautiful.
Beaumont Park Road, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
An amazing, magical Victorian Park, a haven for wildlife, plants and trees. All lovingly restored by the Head Gardener whose passion and commitment to the park are outstanding.
Doncaster Road, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
It's a well kept park with lots to do. It has a fantastic museum, a Georgian house, a kitchen garden, amusements for kids, open spaces and ancient trees. Wonderfully peaceful. An oasis.
Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire
Volunteers work tirelessly to help keep our local, historic park alive and vibrant. It has green houses, secret garden, ducks, picnic areas, nature trails, bowling green. It’s a wonderful sanctuary in the middle of a busy, industrial, northern town.
Holderness Road, Hull, East Riding
An oasis of calm, beauty, and tranquility in a poor part of town. It's an amazing place to visit to recharge the batteries. If nothing else, Mick Ronson (the Spiders From Mars) was park keeper there once!
Armroyd Lane, Elsecar, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Plenty to see and do; café, bandstand, wonderful gardens, children’s play area, crazy golf, pitch and putt and fantastic reservoir and nature reserve where you can fish, feed the ducks and spot an array of wildlife, gala and events held throughout the year, a great park for all the family.
Rustlings Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Endcliffe Park was opened in 1887 to celebrate the Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The Porter Brook runs through it. It has diverse wildlife, cafe, parkour area, gardens, play area, funfair, hosts parkrun, events and Mi Amigo memorial.
Mayor's Walk, Pontefract, West Yorkshire
It's a fantastic park, beautiful rose garden, stage for events, children's play area, fairy garden, all looked after by a voluntary group Friends of Friarwood.
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