Parks and gardens

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Explore the variety of parks and gardens across Cornwall.


Clijah Croft Playing Fields

Cornwall Council owned sports fields and recreational open space in Redruth. It is Cornwall Council’s largest public playing field.


Gyllyngdune Gardens

Gyllyngdune Gardens are designed to enhance the environmental quality of the area. At the heart of the Gardens is a natural play area. This has been created to increase the numbers of parents and children using the site


Morrab Gardens

These lovely public gardens are situated just off Penzance town centre. They have been looked after by the Council since they were bought in 1888. The gardens are home to a surprising variety of plants, shrubs and trees which thrive in the mild Cornish sub-tropical climate.


Princess May Recreation Ground

This public free-admission park is managed by Cornwall Council and the Princess May Recreation Trust. It has been successfully transformed into an attractive green open space. It has a modern skate-bowl, playground, trim trail and large open green space for a range of recreational activities.


Tuckingmill Valley Park

Tuckingmill Valley transformed from the most derelict land site in West Cornwall to an award winning park. The site situated in the heart of Camborne and Redruth has become a symbol of regeneration for the area.


 

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