Parks and Open Spaces
Didcot Town Council look after and maintain a number of parks, gardens, play areas, green open spaces, lakes and the town Cemetery. If you have any questions regarding these areas, please email email@example.com.
Edmonds Park has two play areas, junior and senior football pitches, sports court, car parking and will have a pavilion in the near future.
The park is 8.5 Hectares / 21 Acres - click here for a map view of the park.
Edmonds Park gates are locked at night. Please check posters on gates for up to date gate closing times.
Great Western Drive Park
Great Western Drive Park is a modern play area with combined basketball and goal court and table tennis court.
The park is 0.8 Hectares / 0.19 Acres - click here for a map view of the park.
Ladygrove Park has a play areas, football pitches, car parking, multi use area and three tennis courts.
The park is 11.38 hectares / 28.13 Acres - click here for a map view of the park.
Ladygrove Lakes is a wildlife area with two fishing lakes. - click here for a map view of the lakes.
Ladygrove Skate Park
Ladygrove Skate Park is a great place to keep active and practice skills. Click here for a map view of the skate park.
Loyd Recreation Park
Loyd Recreation Park has a play area, junior and senior football pitches and pavilion.
The park is 3 Hectares / 7.4 Acres - click here for a map view of the park.
Marsh Recreation Ground
Marsh Recreation Ground has a large play area and kick about goal area.
The park is 0.4 Hectares / 0.9 Acres- click here for a map view of the park.
Smallbone Recreation Ground
Smallbone Recreation Ground is a green space home to the Didcot War Memorial and a recently refurbished play are.
Click here for a map view of the area.
Didcot War Memorial
Didcot War Memorial is located in the Garden of Remembrance at Smallbone Recreation Ground. This is a memorial to local residents who lost their lives at war and the memorial is the focus of a service of remembrance each year on Remembrance Sunday.
Click here for a map view of the memorial.
A full list of the names commemorated on the memorial can be seen in the document below.
The Diamond Jubilee Garden
The Diamond Jubilee Garden was created in 2012 as part the Council's celebrations to mark the Diamond Jubilee of HM the Queen. The garden is located at the rear of the Civic Hall and makes the perfect backdrop for wedding or party photos.
Click here for a map view of the garden.
Broadway Gardens is the flower beds along Broadway contain mixed shrubs and they are planted with seasonal bedding twice a year. Click here for map view of the garden.
Size: 1.1 Hectares / 2.7 Acres
Stubbings Land is a green open space with trees.
The park is 1.7 Hectares / 4.2 Acres - click here for map of Stubbings Land just behind Wheatfields.
Millennium Wood at the Hagbourne Triangle is a mixed deciduous wood with native species scrubs, a stone circle and ephemeral pond.
The wood is 3.6 Hectares / 8.9 Acres- click here for a map view of the wood.