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Parks in Ware

An overview of the parks and open spaces in Ware.

Parks in Ware
 Location MapOverview of FacilitiesMore Details, Management Plans & Development
Buryfield Local Park

Buryfield Local Park map

  • Previously Ware Town Football Ground now a great local park
  • Children's play area
  • Footpaths & landscaping
Buryfield Local Park
Kibes Lane Burial Ground

Kibes Lane Burial Ground map

  • An attractive and welcoming space to sit and enjoy
  • We have worked with The Ware Society, The Society of Friends (Quakers), Ware Town Council and Ware in Bloom to transform the site
More information on the history and development of Kibes Lane Burial Ground [1MB]
King George Playing Field

King George Playing Field map

  • Lots of improvements have been made over the years including:
  • Additional lighting
  • Footpaths & landscaping
  • New play equipment including a Multi-Use Games Area and adventure play area
  • Marked grass running tracking
  • Trim Trail
One of the many open spaces across the country created by the King George V charitable trust
Post Wood

Post Wood map

  • Ancient, semi-natural woodland of hornbeam with oak standards
  • Popular with dog walkers
  • Attractive grass glade
  • Adjoined to Presdales recreation ground
More information on Post Wood & Presdales recreation ground
Presdales Recreation Ground Presdales Recreation Ground map
  • One of the main sports fields in East Herts
  • Used for football, recreation and dog walking
  • Gated car park
  • Links to Post Wood

More information on Post Wood & Presdales recreation group

Opening times are:

  • March - September: 7am - 7pm
  • October - February : 7.30am - 5pm
The Bourne Open Space The Bourne Open Space map
  • Open space surrounded by residential housing
  • Water course runs through the site
  • Lined by mature trees
  • Open green spaces
  • Children's play area
  • Access is via Kingsway or an alleyway from Milton Road
More information on the Improvements to the Bourne Open Space [4MB]


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