Parks: changes due to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Parks: changes due to coronavirus (COVID-19)

A number of facilities and other services in parks have been closed until further notice

Following the official government guidance to help reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) we have temporarily closed some park services. You can go to a park for exercise, but you must stay at least 2 metres away from other people at all times.
These temporary closure include:

  • Blaise Nursery retail outlet
  • Bristol City Council run park cafes and kiosks at Ashton Court, Blaise Estate, Oldbury Court Estate, Canford Park, St George Park and Hengrove Play Park
  • toilets on all sites
  • Hengrove Play Park play equipment
  • Cabot Tower
  • all parks car park: Ashton Court Estate, Blaise Estate, Oldbury Court Estate, Snuff Mills, Eastville Park, Redcatch Park and Netham Park
  • St Andrews Park paddling pool
  • Netham pavilion
  • Ashton Court miniature railway 
  • bowling greens as well as removal of goalposts and ‘last man standing’ cricket
  • the golf hub at Ashton Court
  • children’s play areas in parks
  • wheels parks and multi-use games areas 
  • park shelters
  • sport facilities for formal or informal sports

Don't go to a park if you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). Stay at home and self-isolate.