Queen Elizabeth II Playing Field, Stoke Mandeville

The Parish Council owns and maintains the recreation ground located at Eskdale Road, Stoke Mandeville.  The site includes open fields for games, basketball provision, childrens’ playground, tennis court and skate park.

The field and facilities are available to the general public, there is vehicular access to the site from Eskdale Road with car parking available.

Queen Elizabeth II Field

A Fields in Trust scheme set up to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee asked landowners to designate land to be used in perpetuity for public recreation.  The Parish Council decided to nominate the recreation ground at Eskdale Road and were delighted in being successful in achieving this status.

Chairman of Bucks Playing Field Association, Pat Martin and Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Jenny Hunt

Chairman of Bucks Playing Field Association, Pat Martin and Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Jenny Hunt

A Deed of Dedication has been signed and a naming ceremony took place at the Annual Parish Meeting in May 2013 with Pat Martin, Chairman of the Bucks Playing Fields Association.  A commemorative plaque has been installed on the outside of the Community Centre to demonstrate that it is now the “Queen Elizabeth II Field, Stoke Mandeville Playing Field” and protected for future generations to enjoy.

 

 

 

Damage or Vandalism

In the event that you find a problem with the field or facilities at the field, eg damaged play equipment, broken glass or other such issues, please contact the Parish Clerk – smparishcouncil@btconnect.com or 01296 613888