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Using the park

View of mature trees in autumn

Did you know that there are more than 340,000 visits to the park each year?

We carried out visitor observation surveys in March and July to find out more about when and why people visit. Among the findings we discovered around a quarter of visitors have a dog and almost three quarters of people visit the park with others.

Many thanks to everyone who took part, especially the volunteers who helped us carried the survey out. The results have been helping us shape our plans.

Read the results here.

About the author

In 1882 my great great grandfather John Brinton donated 32 acres of land in the town centre of Kidderminster in Worcestershire as a pleasure ground for the enjoyment of the town's residents.

Julian Brinton

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The Hub
Green Street
DY10 1HA

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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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