Play areas including the ones located in our parks are temporarily closed until further notice in-line with Government guidelines on containing the spread of Coronavirus.
The park forms an important green corridor connecting a wider chain of parks, walks and green spaces within the city. In addition to the recreational value of this connection, the park has a biodiversity value as a major wildlife corridor for both the city and county connecting wildlife populations separated by human activities or structures and allowing an exchange of individuals between populations. Species diversity is high with two hundred and twenty-five plant species and thirty-three bird species recorded in 2014.
The park also contains the City’s swan sanctuary which can have up to 200 swans living in the sanctuary at any time. Swan food is available for purchase at various points throughout the park and at the Cathedral.
Worcester Riverside Park areas include:
- Henwick Parade
- Le Visinet Parade
- St Andrews Gardens
- Bromwich Parade
- Pitchcroft Racecourse