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Brinton Park lottery joy as £2.4m restoration to go ahead

The restoration of Kidderminster’s historic landmark Brinton Park is to go ahead, thanks to a National Lottery grant of more than £2.4 million. Wyre Forest District Council has secured £2,410,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund to fund an exciting raft of major improvements including a new cafe, an extension to the Sons of Rest P ...

Our splashpad is set to reopen

Rejoice as Wyre Forest District Council announces the popular splashpad in Brinton Park, Kidderminster will reopen on Thursday. Following the reopening of the district’s play areas on Saturday 18 July, the council is opening the gates to its splashpad on Thursday 23 July. The council is asking all visitors to follow the Government’s Coronavirus guidelines and has introduced e ...

Landmark moment for park’s exciting restoration - update

Exciting and ambitious multi million pound plans to restore a flagship Kidderminster Park were approved by Wyre Forest District Council’s planning committee on Tuesday 16 June 2020. The committee granted planning permission for a raft of major improvements at Brinton Park, including a new cafe, an extension to the Sons of Rest Pavilion and the re-instatement of an ornamental p ...

Vandals pour oil over skate park

Wyre Forest District Council has issued an appeal for information after vandals pour oil over the skate park in Brinton Park, Kidderminster. Vandals targeted the skate park on Sunday 31 May, climbing an 8 foot fence to pour oil all over the equipment in the skate park. All of the council’s skate parks and play areas are currently closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The c ...

Proposals survey results

We asked you what you thought of our Brinton Park Restoration Project proposals. Thank you to the 79 people who took the time to fill in our survey. We asked respondents to rate the extent which they agreed that the proposals will enhance the park on a scale of 0 to 10. Chart 1 below shows that the majority of respondents agreed that the proposals would enhance the park, with ...

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There's going to be lots to get involved with as the project goes on. Our community page outlines some of the different ways you can join us. 

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