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Stevenage Day has been held in the Park every year since 1959 and regularly attracts 20,000 visitors.

Play area

The play area, located in front of the pavilion, was improved in 2010 and has a range of equipment suitable for toddlers, juniors and teens.

King George V Playing Fields plays host to a number of community activities and events throughout the year.

The site has the Millennium Gardens, football and cricket pitches and a bowling greens.

Managing play areas

Play areas are managed closely and inspected daily; litter bins are emptied and litter or broken glass is removed. Play equipment is inspected once a week to ensure safety for continued use.

If you have visited any of our parks recently and found a problem with the equipment or with general cleanliness, please let us know.

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Getting to the park

King George V Playing Fields
Sish Lane
Stevenage
Herts
SG1 3LS

By car

The park can be accessed from Sish Lane with car parking facility at the main entrance.

On foot

Pedestrian access is possible from various points around the edge of the park through the surrounding residential areas of Sish Lane, Popple Way, Ditchmore Lane, the Town Centre and the Old Town.

Cycle access

A shared use cycle track and footpath on Fairlands Way runs adjacent to the southern boundary of the park.

Public transport

There are regular bus services to the town centre.

Grounds Maintenance

Stevenage Borough Council

Daneshill House

Stevenage

Herts

SG1 1HN

depot.reception@stevenage.gov.uk

01438 242323

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