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Memorial Park in Fleetwood received a comprehensive restoration thanks to £2.4m funding from the Heritage and Big Lottery funds. Essential conservation work has been carried out including restoration of the war memorial, entrances, pond, pathways and pavilion; we've created a greater range of sports and play facilities including a multi-use games area and Parkour equipment in addition to the traditional bowling greens and tennis courts.                                                       Memorial park centre

Theres a programme of events and activities running alongside. Try one of our family craft afternoons or Xplorer navigation challenges

Visit the tranquil rose garden, pick up tips for your yard at our gardening club sessions and even hire the pavilion for that next party or meeting!

Our Friends of Memorial Park volunteers help to develop the grounds and meet regularly to plan events and fund raising activities. Check out Wyre Councils Facebook page and the pavilion notice board for meeting dates and information about activities and events.

Love Exploring app 

You can use the Love Exploring mobile app at Memorial Park. Funded for Wyre by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Love Exploring app puts the power of discovery in your hands by providing a range of quiz trails and guided tours that are fun to do and free to use.

Suitable for all ages and ideal for inquisitive minds, you can find out about the parks history, ecology and unknown park facts through guided tours and quizzes. From a fairy quiz, to a dinosaur safari the app will keep the whole family entertained for hours.

Simply download the Love Exploring app on your smartphone, available on IOS and Android, select Memorial Park and scan away to explore and discover the hidden depths of Fleetwood’s much loved park.

Did you know?

After the First World War the Fleetwood Heroes’ committee decided to create the park as a living memorial. Children related to the fallen of the town helped plant the first trees on the avenue on Armistice Day November 1925.

Find out more about the history of the park

Visitor information

Public conveniences are located near the bowling greens.

The pavilion is available to hire

Memorial park statueGetting to Memorial Park

Buses

24 Poulton - Fleetwood

14 Blackpool - Fleetwood

Trams

Starr Gate - Fleetwood

Parking

There are a number of pedestrian entrances round the site’s perimeter. On road parking round the park.
 

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