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Horton Heath Parish Council

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EXPLORE RECREATIONAL AREAS

Recreational Areas

FAIR OAK, June 2013
This is the Knowle Hill Conservation area, featuring the boardwalk, picnic table and signage.
Man in blue T-shirt on boardwalk is model released


Pic: Chris Balcombe

Knowle Hill Conservation Site

Public footpaths have been created to allow the community to enjoy this conservation area without disturbing the natural habitat.

NCP 1

New Century Park

The park was a former landfill site in the 1960s The Parish Council bought the land and obtained a grant from Onyx to redevelop the land as open space for the community. The park is complimented by a play area, trim trail and muscle gym.

Fair Oak and Horton Heath Parish Council 2013..Knowle Park, Fair Oak. May 27th 2013. Including the allotments...Close-ups of children are model-released...Pic: Chris Balcombe..07568 098176.Office: 023 80 849187

Knowle Park

The land formerly known as White Tree Farm was acquired by the Council in 2006. 35 acres of land has be developed for the purpose of recreation, allotments and a new cemetery. The land has been developed over time, and grants have been given us the opportunity to plant hedgerows, establish footpaths and encourage natural conservation. Fencing and easier access points with kissing gates have been applied.

For further information on Knowle Park please click here.

Fair Oak and Horton Heath Parish Council 2013..Knowle Park, Fair Oak. May 27th 2013. Including the allotments...Close-ups of children are model-released...Pic: Chris Balcombe..07568 098176.Office: 023 80 849187

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The land formerly known as White Tree Farm was acquired by the Council in 2006. 35 acres of land has be developed for the purpose of recreation, allotments and a new cemetery. The land has been developed over time, and grants have been given us the opportunity to plant hedgerows, establish footpaths and encourage natural conservation. Fencing and easier access points with kissing gates have been applied.

For further information on Knowle Park please click here.