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Brynycastell Play Area

Brynycastell Play Area and Recreation Ground

multi-play item: No
swings: Yes
springy: Yes
see-saw: No
climbing frame: Yes
roundabout: No
spinner: Yes
Disability Access: Good
Slide: No

This play area forms part of the recreation ground known as Brynycastell.  The site has a small castle mound that provides a picturesque backdrop and with prominent views of the surrounding landscape the site is a popular space used by the local community. The recreation ground plays host to the town’s football, cricket and hockey clubs and is a level grassed area with adequate parking...
Knucklas Play Area

Knucklas Play Area and Recreation Field

multi-play item: No
swings: Yes
springy: No
see-saw: Yes
climbing frame: Yes
roundabout: No
spinner: No
Disability Access: Good
Slide: Yes

This site is located on the edge of a housing estate in the village of Knucklas. It is a shared site which houses a community centre and multi use games area that are both managed by the local community. Both vehicular and pedestrian access to the site can be gained by travelling through the housing estate and parking is provided in the site’s large car park. Access to and from the site for the...
Offas Dyke Play Area

Offas Dyke Play Area and Recreation Field

multi-play item: Yes
swings: Yes
springy: No
see-saw: No
climbing frame: Yes
roundabout: No
spinner: No
Disability Access: Poor
Slide: Yes

The Offas Dyke Play Area is the premier area of play in Knighton. It forms part of the Offas Dyke Recreation Field which hosts a grassed kick-about area,  footpaths linking the user with the Offas Dyke long distance footpath and lies below the timber built Offas Dyke Tourist Centre. The site offers beautiful views of the surrounding hillsides, providing seasonal variations to those views so...
Radnor Drive Play Area

Radnor Drive Play Area

multi-play item: No
swings: Yes
springy: No
see-saw: No
climbing frame: No
roundabout: No
spinner: No
Disability Access: Poor
Slide: No

This small play area is located in the Radnor Drive Estate, located on the south western edge of the town. Vehicular access can be gained through the estate, but on-street parking may be difficult. There is one footpath leading to the site, which may prove difficult for the disabled visitor but, on a clear day, the view from the play area of the Teme valley is impressive and well worth the...


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