Skate Park

Skate Park

Cork Field

This is the largest of the Parish Council’s areas comprising of 8.6 acres and is used for a variety of activities.

The facilities available are:

  • Skate park
  • BMX track
  • Picnic area
  • Dog walking (dog waste bins)
  • Large open field to play – with football goals
  • Wild flower meadow – maintained by Marchwood Conservation Group.
  • Parking
U12s Play Area

U12s Play Area

Village Centre

This is located behind the Village Hall and St. Johns Church. The area is made up of three interconnecting areas and measures 4.9 acres in size.

This area is mainly open to allow people to partake in the activities they want to do.

The facilities available are:

  • Enclosed Under 12’s play area – no dogs or ball games allowed
  • Outdoor gym equipment
  • Football goal
  • Outdoor table tennis table
  • Chess tables and chairs
  • Benches
  • Litter bins
  • Dog waste bins
Crooked Hayes

Crooked Hayes

Crooked Hayes Copse

This is an ancient woodland that is boarded by Oaklands Drive and Ferndale Road. The Copse is 8.1 acres in size and is left as much as possible in its natural state.

Annual maintenance and coppicing is undertaken by the Marchwood Conservation Group. Their contact details are below and can also be found on the information boards at the entrance to the Copse.

Helen Vesty
Marchwood Conservation Volunteers
20 Chetwynd Road
Bassett
Southampton
SO16 3JB
Email: vestys2003@yahoo.co.uk

 

Tennis Court at Lloyd Recreation Ground

Tennis Court at Lloyd Recreation Ground

Lloyd Recreation Ground

The Lloyd Recreation Ground was left to the Parish of Marchwood on 16th November 1920 by the Lloyd Family.

The ground is 4.9 acres in size and is used for a variety of activities. These include fetes, car boot sales, Picnic in the Park, Play in the Park and recognised sports fixtures.

The facilities available are:

  • Full size grass football pitch
  • Under 12’s children’s play area
  • Basketball hoop
  • Tennis / netball / 5 a side football court
  • 3G football pitch (5 a side)
  • Picnic area
  • Sports pavilion – this comprises of two changing rooms, a referees room and toilets.
  • Waste bins

The following organisations have leased sites for their premises within the ground from the Trustee.

  • Marchwood Youth Club
  • Marchwood Scouts

This Whole ground is a dog free area.

Admiralty Quay

This is a small Under 12’s play area located between Ordnance Way and Magazine Lane.

Other areas

The parish of Marchwood is made up of many smaller areas of informal open space. These can be found dotted all over the parish but especially along Kingfisher Way, Woodpecker Drive, Bilberry Drive, Reed Drive, the Shorefield estate and Admiralty Quay.

The Parish Council is currently working with New Forest District Council to try and link these areas up and create a healthy walk around the whole village. It is hoped in time to produce a leaflet that will detail the walk and points of interest.

Also see: Dog bin locations (PDF)

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