Protection Type Queen Elizabeth II Fields
December 2012 Protected since
Wednesfield Park is a district Park that serves the local communities of the north east of the city . The land was acquired 1925 to build the park. The current park is adja...
Wednesfield Park is a district Park that serves the local communities of the north east of the city . The land was acquired 1925 to build the park. The current park is adjacent to the King George V playing field that was acquired and dedicated in memorial of King George who died in 1936. The park is surrounded by residential properties with the main entrance being from Duke Street. The park is compact but has many facilities including play area, natural play area, multi use games area, skate park, bowling green and pavilion, open space and seating. There are also a goup of buildings including a grounds maintenance depot and a community facility leased by the Judo Club. The adjacent King George V playing field has 3 football pitches, changing rooms and a fitness trail that compliment the facilites at the Park. The park is well used by the local community.
For enquiries about this site, any issues, pitch bookings or maintenance please contact the managing organisation:
Managing organisation Wolverhampton City Council
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