Children’s Play Park
The Village Hall stands in one and a half acres of grounds, which has been made into a good children’s play area and picnic park. It is approximately hour-glass shaped. The lower part is a well-equipped grassed play park with a slide, a maypole-style roundabout, cradle and standard swings, a climbing frame, a seesaw, a toddler’s adventure bridge, several sit-in rides, a tarmac singles tennis court (which is converted to a football pitch in the winter) and plenty of room to kick a ball. The rides are themed as a drover and his animals. The grass is mown at least once a week in summer. Several litter and dog-waste bins are fixed to the adjacent riverside timber fence, while the whole of the play park is separated from the adjacent spacious adjacent level tarmac car park by a steel railing. A tall metal mesh fence prevents all but the wildest balls from landing in the River Marlais, which runs past the park. There is a toilet at the highway end of the car park.
At the top of the play park a concrete path leads through a narrow waist to the picnic park. At the top, there is a pool with a small pebble shore. The park is a pleasing mixture of natural trees and turf. There is a picnic table and several benches, as well as a living willow hut.