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  • Discover the varied wildlife in the park

    A wide range of wildlife visit Christchurch Park throughout the year - who will you spot next time you visit?

  • Visit Christchurch Mansion for a glimpse back in time

    The Mansion welcomes visitors free of charge, six days a week (Tuesday to Sunday) from 10am - 5pm and is available to hire for events and functions.

  • Drop into the Reg Driver Visitors Centre

    With exhibitions of relevance to the park and staff on hand to answer questions from 10am-4pm (7pm in the summer), the centre also has toilets and baby-changing facilities.

  • Fancy a game?

    The tennis courts have recently been refurbished thanks to a £142,500 grant from the Lawn Tennis Association. There are at least two courts available for public use at all times and it's free to play!

  • There's always time for playtime!

    Our playground provides a clean, bright and safe area for children up to the age of 14. You can find the Playground more or less in the centre of the Park, at the top of the hill above the Reg Driver Visitor Centre.

Park Bulletin

  • Pipsqueak, the newsletter of the Suffolk Bat Group

    - Tuesday, 15 August 2017

    Pipsqueak, the newsletter of our friends the Suffolk Bat Group has just been published and you can download a copy from their pages at the Suffolk Wildlife Trust website here.

    The Suffolk Bat Group will be running our Bat walks on 2nd and 16th September. Book your place free of charge either in person at the Reg Driver Centre or by ringing 01473 433980. Early booking really is essential as these popular guided walks are invariably...


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  • Reg's nature notes 8th August

    - Monday, 14 August 2017

    Read Reg Snook's latest jottings here:


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  • Outdoor classroom destroyed by fire

    - Tuesday, 25 July 2017

    The Friends of Christchurch Park regret to report that the Outdoor Classroom in the orchard was completely destroyed by fire last night.  David Miller, Chairman of the Friends of Christchurch Park said “This valuable educational resource was built in 2015 by craftsman Richard King using traditional early medieval methods and was funded by the Papworth Trust and Friends of Christchurch Park.  We are shocked to hear this just a few days after...


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Forthcoming events

Nov
4

04.11.2017 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm