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Congleton Park Information

Green Flag Award
2008 - 2017

Mayor Denis Murphy with some of the Team, proudly holding the Green Flag award.

Bear Sculpture
at bottom of Town Wood

Daffodils in the Park Spring 2007

Town Wood Wildlife.

Artists drawing of some wildlife to be seen in Town Wood, includes a Woodpecker and Grey Squirrel on a Beech tree.

Town Wood Blackbird.

Artists drawing of a Blackbird which can be seen in Town Wood.

Jay in Town Wood.

Artists drawing of a Jay which can be seen in Town Wood.

Bluebells in Town Wood

Bluebells in town Wood

Drinking Fountain 2013

Drinking Fountain in Jubilee Gardens 2013.

Totem Pole Etchings August 2013

Totem Pole Etchings.

Pictures and Images of Congleton Park in Cheshire

The Friends of Congleton Park are a constituted group, formed in 2005, which aims to promote the use and awareness of the Park for the enjoyment of the public, in partnership with Cheshire East Council, under the Guidance and support of the Park Manager. The Group may act as a consultative body on the Park's developments, fund raise, and organize and support events.

The Friends welcome new members, and new ideas, and will encourage you to get actively involved.

Pictures and Images of Congleton Park

Congleton Park Pavilion - built in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee

FoCP volunteers performing cleaning and maintenance in Congleton Park 2016

FoCP volunteers performing cleaning and maintenance in 2016.

Tasks undertaken on this occasion included cleaning the landing stage (pictured above), sweeping and tidying, removal / replacing tree ties, weeding, cleaning etc.

PLEASE help us if you can, we often have need for another pair of hands - click the 'More Information' link at the foot of this page.

Park Road entrance c: 1910, and skaters on a frozen River Dane 1962 / 63

Congleton Park Jubilee Gardens

Two views from Park Road bridge over the River Dane

HM Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Floral Display: 1953 - 2013 in Congleton Park

Viewing Point in Town Wood 2013; the view is (with zoom) Brunswick Street.

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2014 sees Congleton Park Celebrating 100 Years of the Bandstand!

The Friends of Congleton Park have celebrated the Park Bandstand Centenary during 2014 in a number of ways, one of which has been the support we have given to the continuation of the traditional carpet bedding of the floral plaque, with a design depicting the bandstand which also received a spruce up in spring.

The Friends of Congleton Park would like to thank our long standing supporters, over many years, the William Dean Trust who funded this floral plaque depicting the 100 years of the bandstand.