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Pittville Park

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February 26, 2019
Walk around pitville park and lake - lovely in the summer!
Chris And Sue
Chris And Sue
February 5, 2019
Walk or jog around Pittville Park
August 14, 2018
Lovely large Regency park, complete with boating lake, pitch and putt course, tennis courts and a large play area for the young ones. Routes for a jog or a cycle - connect up with the Honeybourne Line cycle track that takes you all the way to Cheltenham Spa railway station And not forgetting the…
May 22, 2018
Opened in 1825, the city's largest ornamental park includes playgrounds, a boating lake and an aviary.
April 22, 2018
Pittville Park, with boating lake, picturesque bridges and the Pump Rooms is very much 'our' side of town - 10 minutes away (in the opposite direction to town centre).

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