St Andrews Park is a classic Victorian neighbourhood park with a lot of green space and a children’s play area. The playground area is dog-free and has a sand pit, swings for toddlers, climbing frames, a slide, balancing rails and more.
Additionally, a paddling pool for children is open usually from May Bank Holiday until September. Other facilities on site are toilets, a mobile café and picnic tables. The park has good access for wheelchairs and buggies because of the many paths throughout.
There is no parking on site, but street parking is available. A bus ride from the city centre takes about 20-25 minutes, by car approximately 10 minutes or it is about a 30 minute walk from the promenade.
St Andrews Park is open at all times and is free to enter.
- The history of FoSAPWe will update this post based on the memories and comments we receive. in an effort to document the history and people of FoSAP.
- Wellington Bomber MemorialOn the 30th of April 1941, a Wellington Bomber crashed in our park. after an amazing amount of research by John Clark, FoSAP raised £4,000 and on 26th September 2009 a memorial stone was erected…