Parks and Open Spaces
Parks, play areas and open spaces
As well as being a vibrant and busy town, Rushden boasts acres of open space and green parks and is well linked to the surrounding area and the expanse of the Nene Valley countryside, either by road or on foot or by bicycle via the 'Greenway.'
Rushden Town Council is responsible for the maintenance and management of the town's parks, play areas and open spaces. This includes four major parks, over thirty play areas and twenty open spaces.
The provision of safe, attractive parks and open spaces is a high priority and the Council will continue its programme of repairs, maintenance and improvements as necessary to ensure this is achieved.
The Council has its own in-house inspection and maintenance team for play areas, but the routine maintenance for the parks, open spaces and cemetery is carried out by our grounds maintenance contractor, Turney Landscapes.
Both our in-house staff and contractors work together to achieve a high standard of maintenance that will benefit the residents of and visitors to Rushden.
If you have any enquiries for parks, open spaces, recreation grounds and play areas located within Rushden, please contact us on 01933 316216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Organised Fitness/Dance classes in Rushden Parks:
If you are running or considering running fitness or dance classes, we would like to advise that you do require permission from Rushden Town Council to do this.
As the land owner of these parks, we have a responsibility to ensure organised activities are run in a safe, professional manner and we do require certain information and documentation to ensure this happens. Therefore, if you are already running or considering running an organised activity within our parks, can you please contact us on:
Tel: 01933 316216
or via email: email@example.com
Green Spaces and Play Areas
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Green Spaces and Play Areas in Rushden
Hall Park Tree tagging
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Tree tagging in Hall Park