A new 10-year Reserve Management Plan is being prepared for Frimley Park, and our Hastings District Council parks team wants your input.
This much-loved park is used by a huge number of residents for all types of activities, from taking a walk, playing organised sport or picnicking under mature trees, to playing on the playground, watching entertainment in the pavilion, or smelling the roses in the stunning rose gardens.
It is also a popular park for school activities, and towards the end of the year you’ll see large family and business groups gathering there for end-of-year picnics.
The park is home to the Frimley Pools, which is managed under the Hastings Aquatics Strategy. It also includes a Local Purpose Reserve, on which the new Frimley water treatment and storage plant is being built. The latter has its own landscaping plan, with work on that starting this coming planting season.
Of particular interest is an area of land, near the playground, which will be reintegrated into the park once the maintenance facility is removed in the next two years. The parks team is keen to hear your ideas for its use.
This survey is part of a larger information-gathering process to understand peoples’ views on and use of the park, including a ‘Coffee in Frimley Park’ scheduled for Saturday 27 March, from 11am to 1pm, to which everyone is invited.
If you would like to be kept up to date on the plan’s progress enter your email below.
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