Wokingham Borough Council looks after the following parks in Woodley:
Alderwood play area
Badgers Rise play area
Blanchard Close play area
Enstone Road play area
Hearn Road play area
Mollison Way play area
Redwood Avenue play area
Southlake Crescent play area
Vauxhall Drive play area
Woodley Town Centre play area
Please contact Wokingham Borough Council if there are any issues with these parks. You can find more information and report any issues online HERE.
Our parks and green spaces
Woodford Park is located in the centre of Woodley and provides a diverse range of facilities for residents and visitors of all ages. Woodford Park is the first park in the Wokingham Borough area to receive Green Flag status, and joins other green spaces awarded this recognition across the UK. It was awarded Green Flag status for the fifth year running in 2022.
We installed a new play area in Woodford Park in June 2022. You can watch a short video about this on our YouTube channel HERE.
Garden of Remembrance
The Garden of Remembrance within Woodford Park was opened in 2000 and provides a place for quiet contemplation.
The Garden is non-denominational and the names of loved ones who are no longer with us can be inscribed on brass plaques which are then placed on wooden posts around the garden. (We can no longer offer engraving on the large stone in the centre of the garden due to lack of space).
If you wish to remember a loved one in this way, please see our Memorials page for more information.
Situated next to Woodford Park on Headley Road, The Memorial Ground has been held in trust by the Town Council, since 1939 for ‘the recreation and enjoyment of the inhabitants of the Civil Parish of Woodley and Sandford’. The land was originally bought in 1919, by the former trustees, as a memorial to the men of Woodley who died in the First World War. In 2018, to commemorate the centenary of WWI, we had the Memorial gates updated and installed panels about Woodley during WWI. You can read more about these HERE.
A small grassed park with a play area off Wheble Drive.
A small grassed park with a children’s play area off Malone Road.
An open space off Pitts Lane, behind the Reading Road allotment site, it is jointly maintained by Earley and Woodley Town Councils.
Rivermead open space
A small fenced off grassed area on Rivermead Road.
Loddon Mead open space
A small area of open space off Loddon Bridge Road leading down to the River Loddon.
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