They are both quite good at climbing the apparatus and are happy to run around and enjoy the surroundings with very little input from me so it was a restful period of the day. I certainly needed to get my breath back after running around the vast field playing tag, exploring the woodland walk and climbing and balancing on the giant logs.
There is also a bowling green and stepping logs to explore.
The park has some wonderful Victorian and Edwardian features and is well worth a visit for all ages. The gardens are a feast for the eyes with some very formal bedding displays.
There is a stunning Victorian bandstand and a fountain which is a pleasure to stand and reminisce about a bygone era.
There is also a wonderful lake with a Victorian landscape to enjoy. Information boards show the many species of inhabitants. We had a lovely time feeding the ducks, although I was a little worried a few times when Daisy was a little close to the edge.
There was even a wild garden to explore the many species of bugs which the girls really enjoyed.
A thoroughly enjoyable few outings with a different area explored each time we went, precious time spent with our adorable girls. Are you blessed with such great facilities near you? It certainly was a well used park and well kept and maintained by the local council. They were painting the benches and clearing out the lake whilst we were there.
I am busy catching up with household tasks, the garden and of course my parents need shopping and all the news and photos from our visit, so I will catch up with you as soon as I can.
See you soon.