Northern Parkland is a large area of grassed open space located to the north of St Michaels Mead. It has two enclosed children's play areas, goals for informal kickabouts and pathways linking it to Bishops Park open space.
Play Area Features
Play Area one is designed for Older Children and has the following features
- Freerider Swing Unit
- Teenage Shelter
- Goal Wall with Hoop
- Single Goal Post
- Twin Goal Posts
Play Area Two is designed for younger children and has the following features
- Cradle Swing - 2 seat
- Flat Swing - 2 seat
- 2 x Springer Units
- Toddler Multi-Unit with Slide
- Talk Tubes
Our Southern Country Park & Beyond 2013 - 2018 [5MB] is a a five year greenspace action plan for the park and the four nearby parks to guide our plans to create a linked walking route between five parks in Bishop's Stortford.
More information is also contained in the Bylaws for Northern Parkland, St Michael's Mead, Bishop's Stortford [857KB] .
Bishop's Stortford Parks and Beyond Walks
Explore the south west corner of Bishop's Stortford by following Parks and Beyond circular walks which link together five East Herts Council managed open spaces - Southern Country Park, Northern Parkland, Thorley Wedge, Bishop's Park and The Firs.