Parks. Play and Recreation
Corsham Town Council gives a high priority to its recreation areas.
The Council aims to protect and enhance all of the green spaces under its control through effective management and maintenance. Corsham is an attractive, historic town and its recreation areas play an important part in making it a great place to live.
Springfield Recreation Ground
The new play area at Springfield was officially opened on Monday 13 July 2015 and is being well-used by children of all ages. The large play area sits alongside Springfield Campus and has excellent access to the Campus cafe, toilets and parking facilities.
The Recreation Ground can be accessed from Beechfield Road or Valley Road, and also features a Skate Park and BMX Track along with plenty of space for informal play. The Recreation Ground is also used, from time to time, for summer fetes and the funfair.
Coppershell Playing Field has a range of equipment for 3 to 12 year olds as well as a kickabout area with sports wall. The play equipment includes a slide, rockers and a climbing trail.
Neston Recreation Ground
Neston Recreation Ground is next to Neston Memorial Hall in Pool Green. There is a large play area, kickabout area and woodland walk. Play equipment includes a tower slide, cone climbing frame, swings, adventure trail, basketball hoop and an inclusive swing. The recreation ground is used for locally organised events such as the firework display and village fete.
Meriton Avenue Recreation Ground
Meriton Avenue Recreation Ground is situated behind Meriton Avenue but can also be accessed from Pickwick Road and Dickens Avenue. There is a large area of open grass with football pitch and a children's play area. The large children's play area contains swings, slides, activity trail and a climbing frame.
Dicketts Road Play Area
Dicketts Road play area includes a kickabout area, swings, roundabout, spring rocker and climbing frame.
Westwells Play Area
Westwells Play Area features a swing, spring rockers, multi-play unti and spinner.