Temple Memorial Park Public Open Space
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
The Government has ordered communal places within parks such as playgrounds to close.
Parks will remain open but only for individuals and households to exercise. Communal spaces within parks such as playgrounds and football pitches will now be closed.
Those using the park will have to adhere to the national guidance on social distancing and make sure they distance themselves by 2 metres from other people. Please remember that public gatherings of two or more people are not allowed.
Car parks within Council parks will be reopening from Monday 18 May.
- 3g football pitch
- Adult football pitches
- Car park
- Cross country course
- Junior football pitch
- Leisure centre
- Orienteering course
- Play area
- Skate park
In 1961 the Ecclesiastical Commissioners gifted the Park to the people of the Borough, in recognition of the part they played in winning the 1939 - 1945 war at sea. The Park is named in memory of a former Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishop Temple (1881 - 1944).
In 2011 the Council and Sustrans spent £500,000 on improving the Park's footpaths and cycle ways.