Jubilee Park and Brewood Playing Field

Situated in Engleton Lane and accessible from there or Coneybere Gardens, this spacious playing field has plenty to keep you busy for hours. As well as picnic tables and a youth shelter, fabulous play equipment and a football pitch, there is a skate park and outdoor gym. It is also home to Brewood Tennis Club and Brewood Bowling Club who meet there regularly. If you would like to join either or both clubs, please do get in touch!

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Coven Park and Playing Fields

Coven park is situated in School Lane, Coven, WV9 5AL. We have an array of different equipment including an aerial runway, a magnificent tree house and a Witches Hat! There is a skate park, tennis/basketball court and outdoor gym. There is also a custom built changing room and shower block which is used during the football season by home and away teams from the football league.

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Bishop's Wood Playing Field

A lovely play area situated in Whiteoaks Drive, Bishop’s Wood, Stafford ST19 9AL which has a tree house, swings and a toddler play park. There is also a basketball net and 5-aside goal posts.

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The Bront & Barnfield Sandbeds

The Parish Council owns and manages an open space and wildlife area locally known as The Bront. You may or may not have heard of it , it is a small open space of approximately 9 acres off Poplars Farm Way in Coven and it is a hidden gem which has the River Penk running through it. There is all manner of wildlife at the site including otters, tench, stoats, weasels, harvest mice, bees, birds and butterflies. There is woodland, a meadow, more formal grassed areas and a number of pathways that criss-cross this beauty spot.

Barnfield Sandbeds is an area of open land located off Horsebrook Lane in Brewood, and owned by South Staffordshire Council. Barnfield Sandbeds boasts a network of well defined paths, a very active pond with a wide variety of pond life and associated wildlife. Many species of birds, trees and native wild flowers can be seen. There is an active association called the Friends of Barnfield Sandbeds which meets regularly and organises pond dipping, fungi forays, bird spotting walks, bird ringing and occasional astronomy nights to watch meteor showers on site. The group also takes care of the site by providing bird and bat boxes, bug hotels, planting native flowers and general maintenance.
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