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Spikes Bridge Park

Introduction

Getting there

Bus: 95, 105, 120, E5, 207, 607

Train: Southall (Thames Trains)

No parking for tennis court users

On foot/bike: Several entrances from nearby roads - West Avenue (off Carlyle Avenue), Spikes Bridge Road, Cranleigh Gardens and off the canal towpath.

About the park

Spikes Bridge Park, formerly known as the Municipal Sports Ground in Southall was opened in 1937 with facilities for bowls, cricket and tennis; the current sports facilities include a wide range of both formal and informal facilities providing the whole family with opportunities to be active.

 

The park is separated by a hedge from the Grand Union Canal that goes to Paddington, on its western edge and there is access to Canal Walk with views to Durdans Park and beyond

 

As well as 2 tarmacadam tennis courts, located near the entrance from Cranleigh Gardens there are also other sport and recreational activity opportunities in the park including:

  • Sports complex including the pavilion with changing rooms, floodlit Artificial Grass Pitch, grass football and cricket pitches as well as 3 artificial grass cricket nets are managed by London Tigers, visit http://www.londontigers.org/ for availability and booking information
  • Large playground
  • Free to use multi-use games area with cricket markings
  • Adult exercise equipment located next to the Artificial Grass Pitch
  • Walking/jogging track around the Artificial Grass Pitch
  • Distance marker route around the park perimeter

Coaching

Coaches wanting to deliver tennis coaching sessions on Council park tennis courts must have a current coaching agreement in place with the Council, please contact [email protected] for more information.


How to find us

Spikes Bridge Park
Spikes Bridge Park
West Avenue
London
Middlesex
UB1 2AR

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