Play Areas

Play Areas

Image: natural play area at Beesmoor Road

Frampton Cotterell Parish has a number of play areas for you to enjoy, with equipment to suit a variety of age groups. Below you will find a list of all local play areas, some of which are managed by Frampton Cotterell Parish Council and others by South Glos Council.

1) The Park
This play area includes an activity wall, children’s play area, zip wire, skateboard ramp, tennis courts and a baseball court. The variety of equipment here makes it an ideal spot for all ages.

School Road, Frampton Cotterell, BS36 2DA

2) Beesmoor Road
Beesmoor Road is home to a sports field and is now home to a beautiful nature wooded play area. This was set up and looked after by Beesmoor Road Playing Fields Management Committee. The equipment blends in with nature, acting as a creative and imaginative space for children to play.

Beesmoor Road, Frampton Cotterell, BS36 2JN

3) Park Farm
Park Farm play area has children’s play equipment as well as a basket ball net.

St. Saviour’s Rise, Frampton Cotterell, BS36 2SW

4) Ridings Road
There is a small play area on Ridings Road. The equipment is aimed at younger children, with climbing apparatus and swings.

Ridings Road, Frampton Cotterell, BS36 2RX

5) Blackberry Drive
The Blackberry Drive Play area is home to a turnstile carousel, spring mobile elephant and cradle seat swings. The equipment here makes it ideal for younger visitors to enjoy.

Blackberry Drive, Frampton Cotterell, BS36 2SN

6) Heather Avenue
The Heather Avenue play area is suitable for many ages, particularly children up to age 12. The equipment includes two flat seat swings, a roundabout, a seesaw and an embankment slide.

Heather Avenue, Frampton Cotterell, BS36 2JR

7) Brockeridge Centre
There is a small play area for young children/toddlers located on the grounds of the Brockeridge centre.

Woodend Road, Frampton Cotterell, BS36 2LQ 

More Information on Play Areas

The Parish Council manages children’s play areas at The Park, Ridings Road and at the Brockeridge Centre. Other play areas, e.g. Park Farm, are managed by South Glos Council.

The Parish Council has undertaken an evaluation of the existing play provision in the Final Strategy Document for recommendations as to their future development.