Perdiswell Park is located on the north side of Worcester between the A38 Droitwich Road and the Worcester & Birmingham Canal.
The park has a Leisure Centre with swimming pool, public rights of way, dog walking trails, a children’s play area, sports pitches, and a garden of remembrance.
The north eastern part of the park, containing nine golf holes that once formed part of a municipal golf course, has been leased to Ravenmeadow Golf Centre. The area where the other nine old holes were is now a natural open space for the enjoyment of walkers.
Visiting the park
Perdiswell Park is accessible 24 hours every day. It can be entered from several points on Bilford Road and other locations further north. There are public rights of way through the park. See access map below.
Please be aware that there is a golf course on site and there are access restrictions. Please be alert to the dangers of golf balls at all times. Dogs should be kept on a lead and extra care taken during golfing hours.
Designated paths around and through the golf course are available at all times. Please see information signs at the park for details. Improvements to these paths are being made during 2019-20.
There are times when visitors have unrestricted access to the golf course, however golfers may still be playing. Please only access the course at these times:
|November to March||Before 09.00 and after 15:00.|
|April to October||Before 09.00 and after 18:00.|
The park area is flat. There are car parking spaces for disabled visitors and families with young children.
Footpaths have a range of surface types; hard gravel, loose gravel, woodchip/bark and grass. The hard gravel paths parallel to the canal, just north of the sports pitches and down the west side of the park to the Cricket Ground entrance, are more suitable for wheelchairs and child buggies.
There are car parks next to the children’s play area and in front of the Leisure Centre. The main entrance is on Bilford Road (B4482) WR3 8DX.
Children’s play area
The play area is situated next to Perdiswell Leisure Centre and includes swings, roundabouts, slides and smaller climbing equipment – all surrounded by soft-fall surfacing. The centrepiece for the playground is an elaborate piece of climbing equipment, designed to look like a Spitfire.
There are three separate dog trails outlined on the park information boards, ranging in length from two kilometres to six kilometres.
Well behaved dogs are welcome; please clear up after your dog and use the bins provided.
A Public Space Protection Order made under the Antisocial Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 is in force. Offenders will be liable to a fixed penalty fine or prosecution. Maximum four dogs per person and please clean up any mess.
Find out more about the Public Space Protection Order.
This area is located on the northern side of Perdiswell Park and runs along the boundary of the golf course and near to Barbourne Brook. The area is managed for its wildflowers and orchard.
Find out more about Perdiswell Marsh.
Perdiswell Leisure Centre
Find out more about on the Perdiswell Leisure Centre website.
Perdiswell Park was the home for Worcester City Airport prior to the Second World War but then became RAF Worcester. The airfield accommodated No.2 Elementary Flying Training School and trained pilots in Tiger Moths before they moved on to fighters and bombers. The airfield was also classed as a Relief Landing Ground (RLG) for aircraft in distress. More recently, the site was a municipal golf course.
The Friends of Perdiswell Park
The Friends of Perdiswell Park is the community organisation of local residents and groups that works to improve and look after Perdiswell Park. Visit the Friends Facebook Page.
If you would like to hold your own event in one of our parks please visit our holding your event in a Park or Green space page.
If you are interested in volunteering in one of our parks please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.