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Tumbling Bay Playground

Designed to be a bold, new space for local children to play, the Tumbling Bay playground features rock pools, sand pits, tall treehouses, and wobbly bridges, as well as slides, swings and plenty of space to run about. We wanted to make sure children had the chance to play in a real, natural environment that encourages them to experiment, and built on the natural landscape of the Park.  

The Tumbling Bay sits alongside the Timber Lodge community centre and café, where parents and kids can relax with a range of fresh, home-cooked food and drink.

It was designed by play space experts Land Use Consultants and Erect Architecture and even includes a piece of modern art: Heather and Ivan Morrison’s Cross and Cave sculpture.

Map of park highlighting stadium

PRUDENTIAL RIDE LONDON-SURREY 100

10 August 2014

Celebrating the cycling legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 will start at the Park.

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