Newcome Road play area will reopen on Saturday 4 July. For more information on visiting safely please see our guidance on play areas and gym equipment.
Shenley Park is a 45-acre park situated right in the heart of Shenley village.
The park was established in 1992 and is managed by Shenley Park Trust - an independent charitable trust - on a long lease from the council.
It has a unique apple orchard with nearly 150 varieties of apples, a wildflower meadow and woodland, a Victorian walled garden with a terraced amphitheatre, a country style tea room and a spacious former old chapel which functions as an all-purpose hall for the community.
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Other parks in Shenley are managed by Shenley Parish Council.
Parks in Radlett are managed by Aldenham Parish Council.
We look after three public open spaces in Shenley.
Woodhall Lane Spinney
An ancient woodland of Oak, Hornbeam, Wild Cherry and Holly in Shenley. Easy connected to Shenley Park and the rights of way network, the woodland also has a dew pond and has been extended with a meadow area.
Hillcrest Open Space
A County Wildlife Site in Shenley.
Newcome Road Play Area
The play area is between Newcome Road and Anderson Road in Shenley