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Drewetts Park

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 once a day. 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.

Facilities

  • Cafe
  • Open space
  • Picnic benches
  • Play area

History

In 1910 Drewett Ormonde Drewett died childless leaving Jarrow Hall to his uncle's grandson, Alfred Henry Chaytor. Alfred never lived in Jarrow, but in 1910 he donated part of the Hall's estate to Jarrow Town Council as a public park in memory of Drewett Ormonde Drewett.

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