St Aldhelm's Mead

St Aldhelm's Mead is a Malmesbury Town Council-owned recreation and leisure park which includes a large football ground and children's play area including a 'zip wire'.

  • Football Pitch
  • Large and Small Children's Play Area
  • Inclusive Play Equipment
  • Disability Friendly Access
  • Picnic Tables
  • Benches
  • Footpaths
  • Toilets
  • Zip Wire
  • Outdoor Gym Equipment - NEW FOR 2020! 

In 2013 Malmesbury Town Council registered the park, together with the next door Cucking Stool Mead, as 'Fields in Trust' which has given lasting protection for these spaces to remain as a free, open recreational areas in the Town.

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