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Park Facilities

New and improved playpark

Aston Clinton Parish Council are delighted and excited to announce our new and improved playpark. We are having some park equipment replaced and some cleaned and repainted. Below are diagrams of the new playpark design.

We apologise for the disruption to the playpark and to all park users due to construction traffic. Our new playpark is due to be completed for the first week of the school summer Holidays.


Progress below

The Skate Park - Aston Park Skate Park is a much loved facility, well-used by skateboarders, scooter riders and BMX'ers from miles around.  The rules are simple: The ramps are to be used for the purpose for which they are intended and children are not permitted to run up and down the ramps, sit on them or use them as slides.  This is for their own safety and everyone else's.  Similarly, the parish council has a policy that 3-wheeled 'micro' scooters are not permitted.  This follows safety recommendations from RoSPA and allows the older skateboarders, scooters and BMX riders to have a clear run at the ramps.  The skate park is a very busy facility and the rules bring fairness and safety for all.  

The Playpark - Another very busy and popular facility, Aston Park Playpark is one of the few in the country to offer an integrated play area, for disabled and able-bodied children to use.  Children in wheelchairs can use the 'Mandala' roundabout, boat swing and basket swing, alongside able-bodied children.  All are asked to be aware of who needs a turn and to use safety harnesses where provided.

The Fitness Trail - a wooden trail of fitness equipment can be followed, right around the perimeter of the park.  Always popular with keep-fitters, children and the adventurous!

Any problems with any park facility, e.g.damage and breakages, should be reported to the parish council on 01296 631269.  Emergencies should be reported via 999.  Non emergency incidents can be reported to the police on 101.