Morton Stanley Park
The 95 acres of Morton Stanley Park offer a rich mosaic of natural habitats and things to do, amidst a historic landscape of open mown grass, veteran trees and mature hedgerows.
Rich ponds, remnant orchards and managed wildflower meadows complement the rich views, with the distant Malverns to the west and Walkwood Coppice to the south, complete with woodland walks.
The park also plays host to the Morton Stanley Festival every August - one of the largest free music and arts events in the region! Since 2004 thousands have been flocking to the park for this packed summer weekend of the best of Redditch’s incredible live music, arts and performances, and with a host of community organisations too.
- Equipped play areas
- Skate park
- Zip wires
The seats for the zip wires have been removed during the winter season so the grass can recover . They will be replaced in the spring when the weather improves.
- Turnfly (inverted, rotating see-saw!)
- Grass football pitches
- Woodland walks
Water Safety Management
RBC has developed a new Water Safety Policy in collaboration with key partners such as Rospa, the Emergency Services and Local Schools. This Policy helps support the National Water Safety Forum’s ‘UK Drowning Prevention Strategy 2016 – 2026’ to prevent accidental drowning fatalities in the UK by working in partnership to ensure consistent guidance for the safe enjoyment and management of activities in, on and around water. More details are available here
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Morton Stanley Park is off Green Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 5QA. This is the nearest postcode for satnav. Please follow the road signs when you get there.