Arrangement of byelaws

The byelaw below relates to council open spaces. For information on other byelaws within the borough of Basingstoke and Deane please visit our Byelaws page.

Byelaws for pleasure grounds, public walks and open spaces

Part 1- General

1. General interpretation

In these byelaws:

  • "the Council" means Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
  • "the ground" means any of the grounds listed in Schedule 1
  • "designated area" means an area in the ground which is set aside for a specified purpose, that area and its purpose to be indicated by notices placed in a conspicuous position
  • "invalid carriage" means a vehicle, whether mechanically propelled or not,

(a) the unladen weight of which does not exceed 150 kilograms,
(b) the width of which does not exceed 0.85 metres, and
(c) which has been constructed or adapted for use for the carriage of a person suffering from a disability, and used solely by such a person.

2. Application
These byelaws apply to all of the grounds listed in Schedule 1 unless otherwise stated.

3. Opening times
(1) No person shall enter or remain in the Walled Garden, Down Grange except during opening hours.

(2) "Opening hours" means the days and times during which the ground is open to the public and which are indicated by a notice placed in a conspicuous position at the entrance to the ground.

Part 2 - protection of the ground, its wildlife and the public


4. Protection of structures and plants
(1) No person shall without reasonable excuse remove from or displace within the ground:

(a) any barrier, post, seat or implement, or any part of a structure or ornament provided for use in the laying out or maintenance of the ground; or
(b) any stone, soil or turf or the whole or any part of any plant, shrub or tree.

(2) No person shall walk on or ride, drive or station a horse or any vehicle over:

(a) any flower bed, shrub or plant;
(b) any ground in the course of preparation as a flower bed or for the growth of any tree, shrub or plant; or
(c) any part of the ground set aside by the council for the renovation of turf or for other landscaping purposes and indicated by a notice conspicuously displayed.

5. Unauthorised erection of structures
No person shall without the consent of the Council erect any barrier, post, ride or swing, building or any other structure.

6. Climbing
No person shall without reasonable excuse climb any wall or fence in or enclosing the ground, or any tree, or any barrier, railing, post or other structure.

7. Grazing
No person shall without the consent of the Council turn out or permit any animal for which he is responsible to graze in the ground.

8. Protection of wildlife
No person shall kill, injure, take or disturb any animal, or engage in hunting or shooting or the setting of traps or the laying of snares.

9. Camping
No person shall without the consent of the Council erect a tent or use a vehicle, caravan or any other structure for the purpose of camping except in a designated area for camping.

10. Fires
(1) No person shall light a fire or place, throw or drop a lighted match or any other thing likely to cause a fire.
(2) Byelaw 10(1) shall not apply to:

(a) the lighting of a fire at any event for which the Council has given permission that fires may be lit;
(b) the lighting or use, in such a manner as to safeguard against damage or danger to any person, of a properly constructed camping stove, in a designated area for camping, or of a properly constructed barbecue, in a designated area for barbecues.

11. Missiles
No person shall throw or use any device to propel or discharge in the ground any object which is liable to cause injury to any other person.

12. Interference with life-saving equipment
No person shall except in case of emergency remove from or displace within the ground or otherwise tamper with any life-saving appliance provided by the council.

Part 3 - horses, cycles and vehicles

13. Interpretation of Part 3
In this Part:

  • "designated route" means a route in or through the ground which is set aside for a specified purpose, its route and that purpose to be indicated by notices placed in a conspicuous position;
  • "motor cycle" means a mechanically-propelled vehicle, not being an invalid carriage, with less than four wheels and the weight of which does not exceed 410 kilograms;
  • "motor vehicle" means any mechanically-propelled vehicle other than a motor cycle or an invalid carriage;
  • "trailer" means a vehicle drawn by a motor vehicle and includes a caravan.

14. Horses - Horse riding prohibited except in certain grounds (subject to bridleway, etc)
(1) No person shall ride a horse except:

(a) in Millennium Green, Whitchurch; or
(b) in the exercise of a lawful right or privilege.

(2) Where horse-riding is permitted in any ground by virtue of byelaw 14(1) (a) or a lawful right or privilege, no person shall ride a horse in such a manner as to cause danger to any other person.

15. Cycling
No person shall without either reasonable excuse or the consent of the Council ride a cycle in the ground except in any part of the ground where there is a right of way for cycles or on a designated route for cycling.

16. Motor vehicles
No person shall without either reasonable excuse or the consent of the Council bring into or drive in the ground a motor cycle, motor vehicle or trailer except in any part of the ground where there is a right of way for that class of vehicle.

17. Overnight parking
No person shall without the consent of the Council leave or cause or permit to be left any motor vehicle in the ground between the hours of 12 midnight and 6am.

Part 4 - play areas, games and sports

18. Interpretation of Part 4
In this Part:

  • "ball games" means any game involving throwing, catching, kicking, batting or running with any ball or other object designed for throwing and catching, but does not include cricket;
  • "golf course means any area within the ground set aside for the purposes of playing golf and includes any golf driving range, golf practice area or putting course;
  • "self-propelled vehicle" means a vehicle other than a cycle, invalid carriage or pram which is propelled by the weight or force of one or more persons skating, sliding or riding on the vehicle or by one or more persons pulling or pushing the vehicle.

19. Children’s play areas
(1) No person aged 12 years or over shall enter or remain in a designated area which is a children’s play area unless in charge of a child under the age of 12 years.

(2) Byelaw 19(1) applies to the grounds listed in Part I of Schedule 2.

20. Children’s play apparatus
(1) No person aged 12 years or over shall use any apparatus stated to be for the exclusive use of persons under the age of 12 years by a notice conspicuously displayed on or near the apparatus.

(2) Byelaw 20(1) applies to grounds listed in Part 2 of Schedule 2.

21. Skateboarding, etc - Skateboarding, etc permitted only in designated area
(1) No person shall skate, slide or ride on rollers, skateboards or other self-propelled vehicles except in a designated area for such activities.

(2) Where there is a designated area for skating, sliding or riding on rollers, skateboards or other self-propelled vehicles, no person shall engage in those activities in such a manner as to cause danger or give reasonable grounds for annoyance to other persons.

22. Ball games - Prohibition of ball games in some grounds
No person shall play ball games in the grounds listed in Part 3 of Schedule 2.

23. In any ground where ball games are permitted no person shall play ball games in such a manner:
(a) as to exclude persons not playing ball games from use of that part;
(b) as to cause danger or give reasonable grounds for annoyance to any other person in the ground; or
(c) which is likely to cause damage to any tree, shrub or plant in the ground.

24. Archery
No person shall engage in the sport of archery except in connection with an event organised by or held with the consent of the Council.

25. Field sports
No person shall throw or put any javelin, hammer, discus or shot except in connection with an event organised by or held with the consent of the Council or on land set aside by the Council for that purpose.

26. Golf
No person shall drive, chip or pitch a hard golf ball except on the golf course in West Ham Park.

Part 5 - waterways

27. Interpretation of Part 5
In this Part:

  • "boat" means any yacht, motor boat or similar craft but not a model or toy boat;
  • "power-driven" means driven by the combustion of petrol vapour or other combustible substances;
  • "waterway" means any river, lake, pool or other body of water and includes any fountain.

28. Bathing
No person shall without reasonable excuse bathe or swim in any waterway except in a designated area for bathing and swimming.

Byelaw 28(1) applies to the grounds listed in Part 4 of Schedule 2.

29. Ice skating
No person shall step onto or otherwise place their weight upon any frozen waterway.

30. Model boats
No person shall operate a power-driven model boat on any waterway except in a designated area for model boats in Eastrop Park.

31. Boats - To prohibit use of boats etc, without permission
No person shall sail or operate any boat, dinghy, canoe, sailboard or inflatable on any waterway without the consent of the Council.

32. Fishing
No person shall in any waterway cast a net or line for the purpose of catching fish or other animals.

33. Pollution
No person shall foul or pollute any waterway.

34. Blocking of watercourses
No person shall cause or permit the flow of any drain or watercourse in the ground to be obstructed or diverted, or open shut or otherwise move or operate any sluice or similar apparatus.

Part 6 - model aircraft

35. Interpretation of Part 6
In this Part:

  • "model aircraft" means an aircraft which weighs not more than 7 kilograms without its fuel;
  • "power-driven" means driven by:

(a) the combustion of petrol vapour or other combustible substances;
(b) jet propulsion or by means of a rocket, other than by means of a small reaction motor powered by a solid fuel pellet not exceeding 2.54 centimetres in length; or
(c) one or more electric motors or by compressed gas.

  • "radio control" means control by a radio signal from a wireless transmitter or similar device.

36. Model aircraft - General prohibition
No person shall cause any power-driven model aircraft to:

(a) take off or otherwise be released for flight or control the flight of such an aircraft in the ground; or

(b) land in the ground without reasonable excuse.

Part 7 - other regulated activities

37. Provision of services
No person shall without the consent of the Council provide or offer to provide any service for which a charge is made.

38. Excessive noise
(1) No person shall, after being requested to desist by any other person in the ground, make or permit to be made any noise which is so loud or so continuous or repeated as to give reasonable cause for annoyance to other persons in the ground by:

(a) shouting or singing;
(b) playing on a musical instrument; or
(c) by operating or permitting to be operated any radio, amplifier, tape recorder or similar device.

(2) Byelaw 38(1) does not apply to any person holding or taking part in any entertainment held with the consent of the Council.

39. Public shows and performances
No person shall without the consent of the Council hold or take part in any public show or performance.

40. Aircraft, hang-gliders and hot air balloons
No person shall except in case of emergency or with the consent of the Council take off from or land in the ground in an aircraft, helicopter, hang glider or hot air balloon.

41. Kites
No person shall fly any kite in such a manner as to cause danger or give reasonable grounds for annoyance to any other person.

42. Metal detectors
No person shall without the consent of the Council use any device designed or adapted for detecting or locating any metal or mineral in the ground.

Part 8 - miscellaneous

43. Obstruction
No person shall obstruct:

(a) any officer of the Council in the proper execution of his duties;
(b) any person carrying out an act which is necessary to the proper execution of any contract with the Council; or
(c) any other person in the proper use of the ground.

44. Savings
(1) It shall not be an offence under these byelaws for an officer of the Council or any person acting in accordance with a contract with the Council to do anything necessary to the proper execution of his duty.

(2) Nothing in or done under these byelaws shall in any respect prejudice or injuriously affect any public right of way through the ground, or the rights of any person acting lawfully by virtue of some estate, right or interest in, over or affecting the ground or any part of the ground.

45. Removal of offenders
Any person offending against any of these byelaws may be removed from the ground by an officer of the Council or a constable.

46. Penalty
Any person offending against any of these byelaws shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 2 on the standard scale.

47. Revocation
(1) Byelaw numbers 3 to 19 and 22 to 24 made by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council on 28 June 1984 and confirmed by the Secretary of State for the Home Department on 29 August 1984 relating to the ground are hereby revoked.

(2) Byelaws made by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council on 1 October 2003 and confirmed by the Secretary of State for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister on 17 November 2003 relating to the War Memorial Park are hereby revoked

Schedules

Schedule 1

Ground to which byelaws apply - generally

The grounds referred to in byelaw 2 are:

  1. Abbey Road (B), play area to the rear of 331 - 333 Abbey Road
  2. Ajax Close Open Space, Chineham
  3. Alliston Way Open Space, Whitchurch
  4. Aldermaston Road Open Space
  5. Arcadia Close Play Area
  6. Arlott Drive Play Area
  7. Ascension Close Play Area
  8. Ash Road Open Space, Bishops Green
  9. Ash Road Open Space Play Area, Bishops Green
  10. Avon Road Play Area, Oakley
  11. Bach Close Play Area
  12. Bardwell Close Play Area
  13. Basing Lime Pits
  14. Basingfield Play Area
  15. Beach Park, Oakley
  16. Beech Road Open Space, Bishops Green
  17. Beethoven Close Open Space
  18. Beethoven Close Open Space Play Area
  19. Beggarwood Park
  20. Belle Vue Play Area, Old Basing
  21. Bennet Close/Martin Close Play Area
  22. Berrydown Sports Ground, Overton
  23. Bermuda Close, Rear of Medical Centre Play Area
  24. Bernstein Road (A), play area to the rear of 86 - 89 Bernstein Road
  25. Bernstein Road (B), play area to the rear of 81 Bernstein Road
  26. Binfields Wood Play Area
  27. Black Dam Water Feature and Open Space
  28. Open Space at Bloswood Lane, Whitchurch
  29. Brackley Way Open Space
  30. Bramley Green Road, Bramley, play area to the side of 25 Bramley Green Road
  31. Bridge Street Sports Ground, Overton
  32. Brighton Hill Central Park
  33. Brighton Hill Neighbourhood Park
  34. Brighton Hill Playing Fields
  35. Burney Bit Open Space, Pamber
  36. Burney Open Space Play Area Pamber
  37. Carpenters Down
  38. Chatsworth Green Open Space
  39. Chineham Park
  40. Grounds of Chineham Village Hall, Chineham
  41. Chopin Road Play Area
  42. Church Square (a) Remembrance Gardens (b) Aromatic Gardens
  43. Clift Meadow, The Street, Bramley
  44. Coniston Road Open Space
  45. Constantine Way, play area at the front of number 23 Constantine Way
  46. Cordale Road Play Area
  47. Crabtree Plantation
  48. Crabtree Way Play Area
  49. Cranesfield, Sherborne St. John, Play Area to the side of 34 Cranesfield
  50. Cuckoo Meadow, North Waltham
  51. Cufaude Lane Play Area
  52. Culver Road, Play Area at the side of 36 Culver Road
  53. Daniel Road Open Space, Whitchurch
  54. Daniel Road Open Space, Whitchurch Play Area
  55. Denham Drive Open Space
  56. Dibley Close Play Area
  57. Down Grange Playing Fields
  58. Droxford Crescent Open Space, Tadley
  59. Dummer Recreation Ground
  60. Eagle Road , Bishops Green Play Area
  61. Eastrop Community Centre Play area
  62. Eastrop Link
  63. Eastrop Park
  64. Eastrop Play Area
  65. Edward Kersley Playing Field, Overton
  66. Fairfields Recreation Ground
  67. Farrier’s Field Play Area, Bramley
  68. Farringdon Way Open Space, Tadley
  69. Fennel Close Play Area
  70. Fieldgate Sports Ground, Kingsclere
  71. Fletcher Road Play Area
  72. Foxdown Open Space, Overton
  73. Foxdown, Overton Play Area
  74. Gainsborough Road, Play Area to the rear of 188 - 124 Gainsborough Road
  75. Garret Close, Kingsclere Play Area
  76. Glebe Gardens
  77. Glebe Lane Play Area, Wolverton Common, Baughurst
  78. Glebe Lane Play Area, Wolverton Common Play Area, Baughurst
  79. Goodman Close, Play Area to the rear of 22 Goodman Close
  80. Gracemere Crescent Open Space
  81. Guernsey Close Play Area, at the front of numbers 63 - 73
  82. Hanmore Road Youth Facility and Play Area
  83. Harveys Field, Overton
  84. Harveys Field , Overton Play Area
  85. Hatchwarren Park
  86. Hatch Warren Playing Fields
  87. Havenlea Playing Area, Pamber Heath
  88. Heathend, East Woodhay
  89. Heathend Play Area, East Woodhay
  90. Heather Way Open Space
  91. Heather Way Open Space Play Area
  92. Heathlands Play Area, Penwood
  93. Heathlands Recreation Ground, Highclere
  94. Heron Way Open Space
  95. Heron Way Open Space Play Area
  96. Highpathway Play Area
  97. Horwood Gardens Open Space, to the rear of 13 - 16 Horwood Gardens
  98. Kennet Way Open Space, Oakley
  99. Kennet Way Play Area, Oakley
  100. Kevin Close Open Space, Kingsclere
  101. King George V Playing Field
  102. King George V Playing Field Play Area
  103. Kings Road Open Space
  104. Kings Road Open Space Play Area
  105. Kingsley Park, Whitchurch
  106. Kingsmill Road Open Space
  107. Knight Street Play Area
  108. Inkpen Gardens
  109. Inkpen Gardens Play Area
  110. Land to the East of the Memorial Hall, Pamber Heath
  111. Lennon Way Play Area at the side of 39 Lennon Way
  112. Lightsfield Open Space, Oakley
  113. Lime Pits Park, Redbridge Lane
  114. Little Hoddington Play Area
  115. Little Penwood Woodland, Highclere
  116. Loddon Valley Open Space
  117. Loddon Valley Open Space Play Area
  118. Long Copse Chase Play Area
  119. Longcroft Road Open Space, Kingsclere
  120. Longcroft Road Open Space, Kingsclere Play Area
  121. Long Grove Park, Baughurst
  122. Lyford Road Open Space
  123. Lyford Road Open Space Play Area
  124. Lymington Close, Play Area at the front 14 Lymington Close
  125. Maldive Road Play Area
  126. Malt House Park, Kingsclere
  127. Mathias Walk, Play Area to the rear of 66 - 70 Mathias Walk
  128. Meadowland Play Area
  129. Mill Road Play Area
  130. Millennium Green, Laverstoke
  131. Millennium Green, Whitchurch
  132. Moat Close Open Space, Bramley
  133. Moorhams Close, Play Area at the side of 18 Moorhams Close
  134. Mortimer West End Playing Field
  135. Mortimer West End Playing Field Play Area
  136. Munnings Close (A), Play Area between 30 - 31 Munnings Close
  137. Munnings Close (B), Play Area to the rear of 23 - 25 Munnings Close
  138. Newfound Playing Field, Oakley
  139. Oakfield Close, Ecchinswell, Play Area beyond Garage Court
  140. Oaklands Way Open Space
  141. Oakridge V Open Space
  142. Oakridge Road Open Space
  143. Oakridge Road Open Space Play Area
  144. Oak Tree Park, Harveys Field, Overton
  145. Old Down Park
  146. Otterbourne Crescent, Tadley, Play Area to the side of 30 Otterbourne Crescent
  147. Oyster Close, Play Area at the front of 9 Oyster Close
  148. Pamber Park, Pamber Heath
  149. Pennine Way (A), Play Area at the side of 7 Pennine Way
  150. Pershore Road (A), Play Area at the front of 46 Pershore Road
  151. Peter Houseman Field, Oakley
  152. Petersfield Close Play Area
  153. Pettys Brook Road Play Area
  154. Petworth Close, Play Area at the front of 10 Petworth Close
  155. Pineapple Playing Fields, off the B3051, Brimpton Common
  156. Playing Field, The Green, Tadley
  157. Playing Field, Wolverton
  158. Popley Five Open Space
  159. Popley One Open Space at the end of Browning Close
  160. Popley Ponds, Tobago Close
  161. Poultons Road Open Space, Overton
  162. Quilter Road Play Area
  163. Radford Gardens Open Space
  164. Ramsdell Recreation Ground
  165. Ramsdell Road Play Area, Monk Sherborne
  166. Recreation Ground, Ashford Hill
  167. Recreation Ground, Hurstbourne Priors
  168. Recreation Ground at Kingsley Park, Whitchurch
  169. Recreation Ground, Mapledurwell and Up Nately
  170. Recreation Ground, Preston Candover
  171. Recreation Ground, St. Mary Bourne
  172. Recreation Ground, Stratfield Turgis
  173. Recreation Ground, The Street, Old Basing
  174. Recreation Ground, Vyne Road, Sherborne St John
  175. Reynards Close Open Space, Tadley, Beyond Garage Court
  176. Roseberry Close, Play Area at the side of 3 Roseberry Close
  177. Russell Howard Park
  178. Sapley Lane Playing Field, Overton
  179. Sarisbury Close Open Space, Tadley
  180. Schubert Close (B), Play Area at the front of 79 Schubert Close
  181. Selby Walk and Popley Play Centre (Open Space between)
  182. Sherborne Road Playing Field
  183. Sherwood Close, Play Area at the front of 5 and 6 Sherwood Close
  184. Sibelius Close (A), Play Area at the front of 80 Sibelius Close
  185. Sibelius Close (B), Play Area at the front of 26 Sibelius Close
  186. Sibelius Close (C), Play Area to the rear of 12 Sibelius Close
  187. Sidlaw Close Play Area
  188. Silvester Close Play Area
  189. Simons Close, Play Area to the rear of 14 Simons Close
  190. St John’s Piece, Oakley
  191. St Joseph’s Crescent Play Area
  192. St Mark’s Way Play Area, Bramley
  193. St Mary’s Avenue Play Area, Bramley
  194. St Mary’s Close Open Space, Bramley
  195. Stockbridge Close Play Area
  196. Stoke Recreation Ground
  197. The Play Area, Stoke
  198. Stratton Park
  199. Strokins Road Play Area, Kingsclere
  200. Southdown Road Park, Tadley
  201. South View disused Cemetery
  202. Sycamore Way, Play Area at end of road
  203. The Common Play Area, Headley
  204. Sherfield Village Green
  205. (The Enclosed Play Areas at )The Sports Centre, Harts Lane, Burghclere
  206. The Millfield Open Space, Bartons Lane
  207. The Moat Open Space, Chineham
  208. The Orchard Open Space
  209. Tintern Close Play Area
  210. Tiverton Road Play Area
  211. Town Meadow, Overton
  212. Two Gate Meadow, Overton
  213. Upper Farm Road Open Space, Oakley
  214. Victory Park
  215. Village Hall Play Area, Ecchinswell
  216. Village Hall Open Space, Preston Candover
  217. Walled Garden, Down Grange
  218. Warblington Close, Tadley, Play Area to the side of 21 Warblington Close
  219. War Memorial Park
  220. Watling End, Play Area at the front of 13 Watling End
  221. West Ham Park
  222. Whiteditch Playing Field
  223. Open Space, Wildwood Estate, Baughurst
  224. Wigmore Heath, Tadley
  225. Witan Court Play Area, Whitchurch
  226. Winklebury Centre Play Area
  227. Winklebury Playing Field
  228. Wood Close (A), Play Area at the front of 18 Wood Close
  229. Woolton Hill Recreation Ground, Woolton Hill
  230. Wootton St Lawrence Play Area
  231. Worcester Road Play Area

Schedule 2

Grounds referred to in certain byelaws

Part 1 - Children's play area (byelaw 19)

  1. Alliston Way Play Area
  2. Arcadia Close Play Area
  3. Arlott Drive Play Area
  4. Ascension Close Play Area
  5. Ash Road Open Space Play Area, Bishops Green
  6. Bach Close Play Area
  7. Bardwell Close Play Area
  8. Basingfield Play Area
  9. Beethoven Close Open Space Play Area
  10. Bennet Close/Martin Close Play Area
  11. Bermuda Close, Rear of Medical Centre Play Area
  12. Burney Bit Open Space, Pamber
  13. Chopin Road Play Area
  14. Cordale Road Play Area
  15. Crabtree Way Play Area
  16. Cufaude Lane Play Area
  17. Daniel Road, Whitchurch Play Area
  18. Dibley Close Play Area
  19. Eagle Road, Bishops Green Play Area
  20. Eastrop Community Centre Play Area
  21. Eastrop Park Play Area
  22. Farrier’s Field, Bramley Play Area
  23. Fennel Close Play Area
  24. Fletcher Road Play Area
  25. Foxdown, Overton Play Area
  26. Garret Close, Kingsclere Play Area
  27. Glebe Lane, Wolverton Common, Play Area Baughurst
  28. Guernsey Close Play Area, at the front of Numbers 63 - 73
  29. Harveys Field Play Area, Overton
  30. Heathend Play Area, East Woodhay,
  31. Heather Way Open Space Play Area
  32. Heathlands, Penwood Play Area
  33. Heron Way Open Space Play Area
  34. Highpathway Play Area
  35. Inkpen Gardens Play Area
  36. Kennet Way Play Area, Oakley
  37. King George V Playing Fields Play Area
  38. Kings Road Open Space Play Area
  39. Kingsley Park Play Area
  40. Knight Street Play Area
  41. Little Hoddington Play Area
  42. Loddon Valley Open Space Play Area
  43. Long Copse Chase Play Area
  44. Longcroft Road Open Space, Kingsclere Play Area
  45. Lyford Road Open Space Play Area
  46. Maldive Road Play Area
  47. Mill Road Play Area
  48. Mortimer West End Playing Field Play Area
  49. Oakridge Road Play Area
  50. Petersfield Close Play Area
  51. Pettys Brook Road Play Area
  52. Play Area, Ramsdell Road, Monk Sherborne
  53. Popley Five Open Space Play Area
  54. Poultons Close Open Space Play Area, Overton
  55. Quilter Road Play Area
  56. Ramsdell Road Play Area, Monk Sherborne
  57. Recreation Ground Play Area, Mapledurwell and Up Nately
  58. Selby Walk Play Area
  59. Sherwood Close Play Area at front of numbers 5 and 6
  60. Sidlaw Close Play Area
  61. Silvester Close Play Area
  62. Southdown Road Open Space Play Area, Tadley
  63. St John’s Piece Play Area, Oakley
  64. St Joseph’s Crescent Play Area
  65. St Mark’s Way Play Area, Bramley
  66. St Mary’s Avenue Play Area, Bramley
  67. Stenbury Drive Play Area, Preston Candover
  68. Stockbridge Close Play Area
  69. Stratton Park Play Area
  70. Strokins Road Play Area, Kingsclere
  71. The Common Play Area, Headley
  72. Sherfield Village Green Play Area
  73. The Enclosed Children`s Play Areas at The Sports Centre, Harts Lane, Burghclere
  74. The Play Area, Stoke,
  75. The Recreation Ground Play Area, Ashford Hill
  76. The Village Hall Play Area, Ecchinswell
  77. Thornhill Way Play Area, Skate Ramp
  78. Tintern Close Play Area
  79. Tiverton Road Play Area
  80. Upper Farm Road Play Area, East Oakley
  81. Victory Park Play Area
  82. War Memorial Park Play Area
  83. West Ham Park Play Area
  84. Whiteditch Playing Field Play Area
  85. Wigmore Road Play Area (Open Space), Tadley
  86. Winklebury Centre Play Area
  87. Witan Court Play Area, Whitchurch
  88. Woolton Hill Recreation Ground Play Area, Woolton Hill
  89. Wootton St Lawrence Play Area
  90. Worcester Road Play Area

Part 2 - Children’s play apparatus (byelaw 20)

  1. Abbey Road (B) Play Area at the rear of numbers 331 - 333
  2. Avon Road Play Area, Oakley
  3. Bardwell Close Play Area
  4. Beech Road Open Space, Bishops Green
  5. Bernstein Road (A) Play Area at the rear of numbers 86 - 89
  6. Bernstein Road (B) Play Area at the rear of Number 81
  7. Binfields Wood Play Area
  8. Bramley Green Road, Bramley, Play Area at the side of number 25
  9. Constantine Way Play Area at the front of number 23
  10. Cranefield, Sherborne St. John, at the side of number 34
  11. Culver Road Play Area, at the side of number 36
  12. Dibley Close Play Area, at the front of the Community Centre
  13. Droxford Crescent Play Area, Tadley, at the side of number 12
  14. Gainsborough Road Play Area, to the rear of numbers 188 - 124
  15. Goodman Close Play Area, to the rear of number 22
  16. Hanmore Road Youth Facility and Play Area
  17. Hatch Warren Park, Hatch Warren Lane
  18. Heron Way Open Space
  19. Horwood Gardens Open Space
  20. Lennon Way Play Area at the side of number 39
  21. Lime Pits Park, Redbridge lane
  22. Long Copse Chase Play Area
  23. Lymington Close Play Area, at the front of number 14
  24. Mathias Walk Play Area to the rear of numbers 66 - 70
  25. Meadowland Play Area
  26. Moorhams Close Play Area at the side of number 18
  27. Munnings Close (A) Play Area between numbers 30 and 31
  28. Munnings Close (B) Play Area to the rear of numbers 23 - 25
  29. Oakfield Close Play Area, Ecchinswell, beyond Garage Court
  30. Oaklands Way Open Space
  31. Otterbourne Crescent Play Area, Tadley, at the side of number 30
  32. Oyster Close Play Area, at the front of number 9
  33. Pennine Way (A) Play Area at the side of number 7
  34. Pershore Road (A) Play Area at the front of number 46
  35. Petworth Close Play Area, at the front of number 10
  36. Popley One Open Space, at the end of Browning Close
  37. Reynards Close Open Space, Tadley
  38. Roseberry Close Play Area, at the side of number 3
  39. Schubert Close (B) Play Area, at the front of number 7
  40. Sibelius Close (A) Play Area, at the front of number 80
  41. Sibelius Close (B) Play Area, at the front of number 26
  42. Sibelius Close (C) Play Area, to the rear of number 12
  43. Simons Close Play Area, to the rear of number 14
  44. St. Mary’s Avenue Play Area, Bramley, to the rear of number 7
  45. Sycamore Way Play Area
  46. Two Gate Meadow, Overton
  47. Upper Sherborne Road Playing Field
  48. War Memorial Park Youth Facility
  49. Warblington Close Play Area, Tadley, at the side of number 21
  50. Watling End Play Area, at the front of number13
  51. Wood Close (A) Play Area, at the front of number 18

Part 3 - Ball games (byelaw 22)

1. Church Square

(a) Remembrance Gardens

(b) Aromatic Gardens

2. The Walled Garden, Down Grange

Part 4 - Bathing (byelaw 28)

1. Eastrop Park

2. Chineham Park

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