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Parks and open spaces - Caldecott Park

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Address

Evreux Way, Rugby

Location Map

Facilities

-Bowling green
-Tennis court
-Play area
-Award-winning floral displays
-Bandstand
-Refreshments
-Baby change in cafe
-Toilets
-Entertainment and events
-Informal recreation

Dogs

Dogs are permitted only when on a lead. A Public Space Protection Order applies.

More information

Description

Caldecott Park is located in the town centre next to the Town Hall in Evreux Way Rugby.

It was initially established for the people of Rugby in 1904. Two years later Rugby Urban District Council purchased the land.

The park is around 10 acres in size and contains a variety of formal and informal sports facilities, a number of flowerbeds, and formal lawn areas.

This recreational area has become famous for its award winning floral displays and is enjoyed and well loved by the residents of Rugby and visitors to the town.

Rugby Borough Council was awarded nearly £1,000,000 by the Heritage Lottery Fund to undertake a major restoration programme of the park. Work started in May 2008 and completed in early 2009.

Caldecott Park is a designated Queen Elizabeth II Field.

Accessibility

Fully accessible to people with disabilities.
Accessible public toilets.
Accessible toilet in cafe.
All paths paved. One flight of steps, with alternative ramped access available.
Designated blue badge parking in Newbold Road and Town Hall car parks.

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