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King George's Playing Fields

Flowerbeds at King Georges Playing FieldsPlease be advised that due to a large tree falling, and damaging equipment the small tower unit in King Georges Park play area is closed off and repairs will be undertaken in due course.

 

Ingrave Road, Brentwood, Essex CM14 5AE

King George's Playing Fields is a large centrally located park offering the following facilities:

  • formal gardens exquisite in spring -time and beautiful all year round
  • children's play area
  • paddling pools
  • a unique garden for the blind with many flowering and non-flowering plants which appeal to senses other than sight
  • playing fields for football, cricket, rugby and kick about areas
  • bowling greens with 12 rinks
  • crazy golf
  • skate park
  • cafe
  • excellent facilities for the disabled and able-bodied alike.

 

The entrance to Hartswood Golf Course is also to be found in this park as is that to Hartswood itself, a wood of 73 acres where an access trail makes it easy for people to use, including those with disabilities. There is a footpath which runs through Hartswood and links up with Thorndon Country Park and Little Warley and Childerditch Common.

Lost Property

If you mislay a personal item in King George's Playing Fields please ask the park warden who will be on site from 7:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday and 7:30am to 5:30pm at weekends. You can also enquire at the Cafe in the Park as your item may have been handed in there.

Skate Park

Over the course of 2012 and 2013 the Council worked in partnership with the Brentwood Skatepark Association to transform and renovate the existing aged and dilapidated ramps. In consultation with the users of the existing site and the members of the Skatepark Association an exciting and challenging concrete park was designed and constructed. The facility is designed for users of all ages and abilities with the bowl ready to ride with a super smooth finish. The small tight quarter leads into the shallow end of the bowl via a big pumpbump that flows straight into the tombstone extension. Coming off the extension you can hit the hip into the deep end or miss it out and carve for speed through one of the many pockets. A transition riders dream with some concrete bunding around the bowl that creates some extra features like a jump ramp out of the bowl and a coping-less quarter pipe.

In 2013 contractors completed a street based second phase. This second phase compliments the existing transition elements really well and brings added flow to the park. The Street course links to the existing bowl with an escalating quarter to bank blend, this gives speed to hit all the obstacles on the driveway sending you towards the flat bank hip. This second phase brings a new dynamic to the park and was designed to accommodate an optional third a final phase in the future.

The skate park is free to use and open to all riders of varying ability all year round. The use of protective pads and head gear is strongly advised and users of lesser experience or ability are asked to be mindful of other users and spectators around them on site. Please also ensure you are both confident enough to use the equipment and physically able to climb out of the bowl area before entering it.


All users use the facility at their own risk and children should be supervised at all times.

Parkmobility allows those who have difficulty walking to borrow battery powered scooters free of charge in King George's Playing Fields. This must be booked in advance with the Shop Mobility Scheme. Users must be registered with the Shop Mobility Scheme and a scooter must be booked in advance of the day required to enable it to be delivered to the park on the day in question. Please call (01277) 312546 to book, and a scooter will be supplied to the park for the day requested. Please also advise the golf shop on 01277 214830 once the booking has been made to advise them of collection from the shop.

Paddling Pools

The paddling pools are open throughout the school summer holidays both during the week and at weekends, weather permitting, or unless otherwise stated. For confirmation please phone Cafe in the Park on 01277 210714.

Admission to the facility is permitted in 2 hour sessions. These commence at 10am and conclude at 6pm. Prices for sessions are £3 per child per session. Adults accompanying children are free of charge.

Bathing is for children under 12 years of age only.

Within the paddling pool area there are two paddling pools, the smallest being shallower therefore suitable for the younger child. Lifeguards are present, but parents/guardians remain responsible for the safety of the children in their charge.

Refreshments and toilet facilities are in close vicinity during the summer period.

Car Parking

Car parking is available with access from Hartswood Road and Ingrave Road. There are 3 car parks available if accessing from Ingrave Road and the first car park offers all day parking for £5. The car park accessed from Hartswood Road also offers all day parking for £5.

All of the car parks in King Georges offer free parking for 4 hours, with no return within 2 hours.

King Georges Playing Fields - A (Rugby Club), B (Golf Club), C (overflow) and D (Hartswood Road)

Charging period

Monday to Friday – 9:00am to 6:00pm

Up to 4hrs in A,B,C & DFree
Over 4hrs in A & D£5.00
Coaches – all day£15.00
4 hours free no return for 2 hours

For further details please contact 01277 312580.

Crazy Golf - Rascal Bay Adventure Golf Course at King George's Playing Fields, is now open. This is run privately and is not linked to the Council.

For more information please see the Rascal Bay website, email info@rascalbay.co.uk, phone 01277 218714 or visit their Facebook page

Please note that payment is to be made in the log cabin next to the crazy golf course and not in the golf shop.

 

Memorial benches

To apply for a memorial bench to be placed within the park please complete and submit an application form to the cemeteries department.

 

Please note - Due to existing bookings presently being held within the park, no more bookings for fitness classes and boot camps can be accepted at this time. Should you wish to enquire about the possibility of holding a fitness class on another site please see our Parks Events page.

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King George's Playing Fields

Please be advised that due to a large tree falling, and damaging equipment the small tower unit in King Georges Park play area is closed off and repairs will be undertaken in due course.

 

Ingrave Road, Brentwood, Essex CM14 5AE

King George's Playing Fields is a large centrally located park offering the following facilities:

  • formal gardens exquisite in spring -time and beautiful all year round
  • children's play area
  • paddling pools
  • a unique garden for the blind with many flowering and non-flowering plants which appeal to senses other than sight
  • playing fields for football, cricket, rugby and kick about areas
  • bowling greens with 12 rinks
  • crazy golf
  • skate park
  • cafe
  • excellent facilities for the disabled and able-bodied alike.

 

The entrance to Hartswood Golf Course is also to be found in this park as is that to Hartswood itself, a wood of 73 acres where an access trail makes it easy for people to use, including those with disabilities. There is a footpath which runs through Hartswood and links up with Thorndon Country Park and Little Warley and Childerditch Common.

Lost Property

If you mislay a personal item in King George's Playing Fields please ask the park warden who will be on site from 7:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday and 7:30am to 5:30pm at weekends. You can also enquire at the Cafe in the Park as your item may have been handed in there.

Skate Park

Over the course of 2012 and 2013 the Council worked in partnership with the Brentwood Skatepark Association to transform and renovate the existing aged and dilapidated ramps. In consultation with the users of the existing site and the members of the Skatepark Association an exciting and challenging concrete park was designed and constructed. The facility is designed for users of all ages and abilities with the bowl ready to ride with a super smooth finish. The small tight quarter leads into the shallow end of the bowl via a big pumpbump that flows straight into the tombstone extension. Coming off the extension you can hit the hip into the deep end or miss it out and carve for speed through one of the many pockets. A transition riders dream with some concrete bunding around the bowl that creates some extra features like a jump ramp out of the bowl and a coping-less quarter pipe.

In 2013 contractors completed a street based second phase. This second phase compliments the existing transition elements really well and brings added flow to the park. The Street course links to the existing bowl with an escalating quarter to bank blend, this gives speed to hit all the obstacles on the driveway sending you towards the flat bank hip. This second phase brings a new dynamic to the park and was designed to accommodate an optional third a final phase in the future.

The skate park is free to use and open to all riders of varying ability all year round. The use of protective pads and head gear is strongly advised and users of lesser experience or ability are asked to be mindful of other users and spectators around them on site. Please also ensure you are both confident enough to use the equipment and physically able to climb out of the bowl area before entering it.


All users use the facility at their own risk and children should be supervised at all times.

Parkmobility allows those who have difficulty walking to borrow battery powered scooters free of charge in King George's Playing Fields. This must be booked in advance with the Shop Mobility Scheme. Users must be registered with the Shop Mobility Scheme and a scooter must be booked in advance of the day required to enable it to be delivered to the park on the day in question. Please call (01277) 312546 to book, and a scooter will be supplied to the park for the day requested. Please also advise the golf shop on 01277 214830 once the booking has been made to advise them of collection from the shop.

Paddling Pools

The paddling pools are open throughout the school summer holidays both during the week and at weekends, weather permitting, or unless otherwise stated. For confirmation please phone Cafe in the Park on 01277 210714.

Admission to the facility is permitted in 2 hour sessions. These commence at 10am and conclude at 6pm. Prices for sessions are £3 per child per session. Adults accompanying children are free of charge.

Bathing is for children under 12 years of age only.

Within the paddling pool area there are two paddling pools, the smallest being shallower therefore suitable for the younger child. Lifeguards are present, but parents/guardians remain responsible for the safety of the children in their charge.

Refreshments and toilet facilities are in close vicinity during the summer period.

Car Parking

Car parking is available with access from Hartswood Road and Ingrave Road. There are 3 car parks available if accessing from Ingrave Road and the first car park offers all day parking for £5. The car park accessed from Hartswood Road also offers all day parking for £5.

All of the car parks in King Georges offer free parking for 4 hours, with no return within 2 hours.

King Georges Playing Fields - A (Rugby Club), B (Golf Club), C (overflow) and D (Hartswood Road)

Charging period

Monday to Friday – 9:00am to 6:00pm

Up to 4hrs in A,B,C & DFree
Over 4hrs in A & D£5.00
Coaches – all day£15.00
4 hours free no return for 2 hours

For further details please contact 01277 312580.

Crazy Golf - Rascal Bay Adventure Golf Course at King George's Playing Fields, is now open. This is run privately and is not linked to the Council.

For more information please see the Rascal Bay website, email info@rascalbay.co.uk, phone 01277 218714 or visit their Facebook page

Please note that payment is to be made in the log cabin next to the crazy golf course and not in the golf shop.

 

Memorial benches

To apply for a memorial bench to be placed within the park please complete and submit an application form to the cemeteries department.

 

Please note - Due to existing bookings presently being held within the park, no more bookings for fitness classes and boot camps can be accepted at this time. Should you wish to enquire about the possibility of holding a fitness class on another site please see our Parks Events page.