In line with Government guidelines we are pleased to be able to re-open our playgrounds and outdoor gyms from 10:00am on Saturday 4 July, albeit with strict restrictions in place.
To minimise risk, numbers are limited and hygiene measures must be adhered to.
All playgrounds and gyms are different, so please check the specific guidelines for the playground or gym you intend to use. For full information visit our Playgrounds and Outdoor Gym page.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Pages Park is situated off Billington Road in Leighton Buzzard, it is one of our larger open spaces. It is home to our FREE to use Tennis Court, Basketball Court and Green Gym.
The Park is accessible from Billington Road, Richmond Road and Weston avenue. Each entrance has a car park.
The park has a pavilion which is home to the Play Cafe, a number of different clubs and groups and is available for private hire.
The Park gained its Green Flag award in 2016.
Opened in 2014 the Community Garden has been a lovely addition to the park. It is a lovely place to enjoy a walk and a sit down for a quiet moment. Our Friends of volunteers do an amazing job of keeping the garden looking its best. To request to join the group as a volunteer get in touch.
Leighton-Linslade Croquet club have three lawns next to their club house based in Pages Park Pavilion. For more information regarding membership please visit their website.
If you are looking for a free way to get fit look no further! The parks green gym is made up of 17 work out stations.
There is instruction on how to safely use each piece of equipment on the work out stations, there is also an option to charge you phone as you work out on some of the equipment. View the layout here.
Narrow Gauge Railway
Pages Park is also home to the Narrow Gauge Railway, Opened by Leighton Buzzard Light Railway Ltd in 1919 to transport sand, and uniquely operated since then without a break, it has carried a steam-hauled passenger train service since 1968. Find out more about how to ride the train and the various events hosted by the railway here.
The pavilion has recently been refurbished and offers one large function hall, toilets and a kitchen. As well as being hired commercially by clubs and groups, the venue is also available for private parties and functions.
Pages Park has a play park. Which is situated closest to the Billington Road side of the park with parking close by. It is a fenced area with various play equipment including two climbing jungle gyms including slides, swings, seesaw and a basket swing.
Pages Park has free to use Tennis and Basketball courts. There is no need to book, the area is fenced off but always open so please do come along to use the facilities.
The park also has a council owned cricket table and is home to many cricket fixtures during the spring/summer months.