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Southall Parks

The decent size and well kept park in Southall is called Southall Park. For more information click here. The other parks are:

Spikes Bridge Park (google map)

A pond in the southwest corner is valuable for birds and wetland plants. The Grand Union Canal runs along the west side to Paddington. Children have a playground with a waterside theme, whilst others can enjoy keeping fit on the running track and perimeter path.

Access: West Avenue (off Carlyle Avenue), Spikes Bridge Road, Cranleigh Gardens and off the canal towpath.
Transport: Train: Southall (Thames Trains), Bus: 95, 105, 120, E5, 207, 607
Facilities: Tennis courts, running track, playground, football pitches, cricket pitches
Park locking applies - please refer to information at park gates.
There is also a local walk around Spikes Bridge Park.

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Cranleigh Park

Known for many years as a small play park for children. Includes play equipment and a grass area suited for football and other games.

Access: Cranleigh Gardens

Glade Lane Canalside

One of Ealing's parks with a playground, BMX track and nature conservation habitats (hay and arable meadows, pond, hedgerows). Turf Maze, based on a traditional Celtic design, and Skateboard ramp.

Access: Glade Lane or Windmill Lane (Three Bridges ancient monument)

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