Developed from a former golf course, Bradlaugh Fields is a 60-hectare site opened in 1998 having been designed by the local community for the local community.
It has been developed into a site rich in flora uncommon in Europe. A third of the British butterfly species can be found there along with a protected area for badgers.
Because of its conservation value, the park attracts a wide range of visitors each year from education groups to local community activities.
How to find Bradlaugh Fields
Bradlaugh Fields Park Management Committee
Bradlaugh Fields Park Management Committee brings together key stakeholders with an interest in the park, to work in partnership to manage the park and plan for its future.
Up to date action plans for Bradlaugh Fields Park Management Committee can be found on the following link - Bradlaugh Fields PMC action plans.
If you would like to contact your Park Management Committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about Park Management Committees in general can be found on the following link - Park Management Committees.
The park was designed by the community for the community based on their needs and requirements. The main requirement is that the park is maintained for its passive recreation and conservation value and not as a formal park .