There are three parks: Cottenham Park, Holland Garden and Morley Park.
Holland Garden - given to the council in 1928 by Lady Holland in memory of her husband. The garden comprises a large green area, lovely borders and paths, together with two tennis courts (annual sub £50).  The 3 entrances are in Cambridge Road, Pepys Road and Cottenham Park Road.    For more information click here.
Cottenham Park - is named after Charles Pepys, Lord Cottenham. Located between Cottenham Park Road and Melbury Road with a modern pavilion, 6 tennis courts, cricket pitch and playground.  For more information click here.
Morley Park - was officially opened in May 2019.  It forms the south western area of the Atkinson Morley site and was leased to the Council by Berkley Homes for use as a public park as part of the planning consent.  Friends of Morley Park (FOMP) was set up in August 2017 to work with the Council and their maintenance contractor to improve and promote the park.  Click on the link above to join FOMP.
The upper section of the new open space comprises woodland, meadow and a pond. The woodland area is listed as a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation and is home to a variety of birds with badgers foraging. The lower section by Cottenham Park Road mainly comprises a sports field and associated pavilion that is leased by Ursuline High School.  All parts are accessible to the public during standard opening times except the playing fields when in use (although there is access to a path around the playing field).
Local Parks