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Lickey End Recreation Ground


The park

Lickey End Recreation Ground is a well-equipped open space on the Alcester Road, just past the first school on the way towards Burcot.

Packed full of features, including recent major works that were made possible by the Playbuilder grant scheme, it's ideal for family fun or relaxation.


  • New nature reserve features enhancing the wildlife habitat (including the endangered water vole - see below for more information)
  • Two mini football pitches and changing rooms (used by Bromsgrove Town FC on Sunday mornings)
  • Improved footpaths and formal walks used by both casual walkers and dog walkers
  • Play areas with spiders climbing net linked to a slide and climbing wall, cradle swings for toddlers, a rope swing for all ages, a log balance and rope walk, adventuring tunnels
  • Ball court on hard standing
  • Off road car parking
  • Plenty of green open space

Barbecues are restricted. Here's barbecue restriction information.

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Management plan 

You can refer to our full  Lickey End Recreation Ground management plan here.

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Getting here

Lickey End Recreation Ground is on Alcester Road, Bromsgrove.

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Wildlife and Habitats

Lickey End Play Area is surrounded by a wealth of wildlife habitats, including for a population of endangered water voles. Find out much more here


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