Wisbech Park

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This traditional Victorian park has been welcoming visitors since opening in 1869 and is home to several nationally important heritage landmarks, including the impressive Richard Young Memorial Column (Grade II listed, 1872) and the traditional bandstand (Grade II listed, 1908). Wisbech Park has now achieved the Green Flag since 2008.

The park features a Splashpad, developed by leading aquatic play specialists as part of the town's Growing Fenland project, features a range of fountains and jets designed to keep kids active and cool on hot summer days. The attraction is open every day throughout the summer from 10am until 5.30pm with entry being completely free to all.

The park is also home to the new Wisbech Adventure Playground. The new playground delivers a highly innovative and adventurous playspace appealing to all ages, and includes two specially built barges that provide indoor facilities. Alongside high quality equipment, there are unique bespoke elements such as: a modular climbing structure which incorporates elements children can adapt and change themselves; an eccentric wooden pathway which ribbons across the site and creates bridges and steep cambers, and landscaping which is sensitive to the park location.

For more information see https://www.wisbechadventureplay.net/

The Fenland Orchard Project is creating a new community orchard in Wisbech. You can get involved by volunteering at events or helping plant trees on site. There are also some heritage workshops and an oral history project.

Fenland Orchard project will be hosting events around Wisbech and Fenland in local community venues.  Their friendly team are sure to give you a warm welcome.

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If you would like to volunteer or contact Friends of Wisbech Park, please visit their website below. 


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