Leesland Park – past, present and future

Leesland Park – past, present and future

Guided Walk

Leesland Park, Whitworth Close/Daisy Lane, Gosport, PO12 3PF

Within the green and pleasant land that is Leesland Park, your guide will walk with you and explain some of the fascinating history of the site.

In the course of its regeneration, the Friends of Leesland Park have tried to create areas of interest for all members of our community. Specialist zones include a sensory garden, community orchard, skate-park, children’s play area and conservation meadow. Within these zones you will find a number of unique points of interest. For example in the sensory garden you’ll find the ‘totem pole’ markers and sundial along with the ‘Green Man’ sentinel.

Also, find out about the popular ParkFest, other regular events and community initiatives held here…and a glimpse into the future plans for Leesland Park.

Duration approx 60 mins

OPENING TIMES

  • Sunday 15 September: 1400
  • Saturday 21 September: 1400
  • Sunday 22 September: 1400

BOOKING DETAILS

No Booking Needed – Just turn up and enjoy

ACCESS

Part of the park is accessible via tarmac paths, otherwise on grass. All outside so suitable footwear and weather appropriate clothing etc advised. Parking is available in surrounding streets but is limited.

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

It is an outdoor event, so waterproof clothing and sensible shoes required if the weather is wet. Insect repellent might be required. Please arrive 10 mins before start time.

To take a virtual tour of the Park, click this link

A leaflet for the Park is available here

ORGANISED BY

Friends of Leesland Park

 

WEBSITE

leeslandpark.btck.co.uk

MAP/DIRECTIONS (Approximate)

For travel information about how to get to and around Gosport, click here.

Meeting point is at the park gate in Daisy Lane (footpath) adjacent to Leesland Federated School. Cars can approach via Whitworth Close but there is very limited parking, and no vehicle access into the park.

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