Pavilion The pavilion is situated near the Amblecote Road entrance to the park and right next to the car park. It houses the park ranger’s office, changing rooms  for sports groups and a toilet for disabled park users

Pavilion cafe  The cafe has outdoor seating and serves hot and cold food and drinks. It is open everyday from 11am to dusk.

Parking There is a car park for park users which is open during daylight hours. It is situated behind the pavilion in Amblecote Road. Parking in the street is limited during the week.

Disabled access   Access for wheelchair users is via the car park in Amblecote Road.

Toilets There is a separate toilet building which is open during park opening times

Under-fives play area  A variety of play equipment aimed at younger children including a sand pit.

Water drinking fountain This facility was funded by the local assembly and is situated near the pavilion

Peace garden  A specially designed area with seating was created in 2009 and opened by Desmond Tutu

Junior cricket pitch  In 2011 the Local Assembly funded the installation of a new cricket pitch for junior groups to use. Cricket practice nets are also installed

Multi-sports arena and tennis courts  These are open and free for park users to use. There is lighting over the area for evening use.

Football pitches Teams wishing to use the pitches can book via Glendale

Outdoor Gym This great new resource built by The Great Outdoor Gym Company was opened in 2017 and offers a range of mechanised equipment to work different muscles of the body and for general aerobic fitness.

Dog walking  The park is a great place for well behaved dogs to run free and it is popular with dog walkers.

Boardwalk  This area spans the Quaggy and a nearby pool enabling easy access to the water for pond dipping.

Play area  Towards the south eastern end of the park, near the Mayeswood Road entrance, is the main play area with a range of features for a variety of age groups to enjoy.

Green Chain Walk This London pathway runs through the park going towards  Elmstead Woods to the south and to Grove Park Nature Reserve in the opposite direction.


3 thoughts on “Facilities

  1. Anyone remember these kids from 1960s Barbara mulvy Anne humphries terry conner mike Kelly George doughton George Beckett we all use to play in the park

    • Hi Sue, sorry for slow reply, we are always trying to make sure the floodlights are on at the right time. Glendale, the parks management company, control the timer but we have had problems with getting adjusted to the right times. Please email Chinbrookmeadows@hotmail.co.uk if the lights are not on when you think they should be. Thanks

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