Play Area

The play area next to the Village Hall on Tadpole Lane is open for use.  


Important COVID Information

Please read the following information before you visit our play area and follow the guidelines on the posters in the play area, and encourage your children to do the same:

  • The equipment in the play area is regularly checked for wear and damage but is not santised or disinfected by the Parish Council;
  • Do NOT visit our play area if you or a member of your household has coronavirus symptoms or are self-isolating;
  • Observe the recommended social distance at all times; 
  • If the playground is busy, consider coming back later. Talk to your children about this possibility before visiting;
  • Wash your and your children’s hands before and after visiting;
  • Take hand sanitiser with you and consider taking a bottle of water or wet wipes in case your children’s hands need washing during your visit;
  • Ensure your children are using hand sanitiser frequently;
  • Encourage children to avoid touching their faces and to cough or sneeze into a tissue. Safely dispose of the tissue;
  • Do not allow children to put their mouths on the equipment or their hands in their mouths; 
  • Please refrain from eating whilst in the play area;
  • Put all litter including any used disposable PPE in the litter bins provided, and if these are full please take any waste home with you;
  • Please pass this information on to your friends.

Follow and adhere to all current government advice in addition to the above guidance.

KEEPING THE PLAY AREAS OPEN – If these rules are not observed the play area may have to be closed again. Please help us keep it open.

Tennis Court

The tennis court at Tadpole Lane is open and available for use. There is no booking system for the tennis court - you can just turn up and play. Please adhere to the following rules when using the tennis court:

  • Only use the tennis court to play tennis - NO other activity is permitted;
  • You use the tennis court at your own risk;
  • Do NOT leave any litter;
  • Limit play to 1 HOUR if others are waiting
It is important that you adhere to the current Government guidance when using the tennis court and you should use it alone, with other members of your household or whilst maintaining social distance from others outside your household. The Parish Council will close the tennis court if any issues arise. 

Recreation Ground

The Recreation Ground, with its open situation, wide views, its new mini orchard of flowering fruit trees and new picnic benches is an attractive spot for family picnics, sporting activities and the very popular annual show held in July.

The recreation ground is owned and maintained by the Parish Council.

The recreation ground is available for walking and exercise. Please adhere to the current rules regarding social distancing when using the recreation ground, play area, tennis court and other council facilities.