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Bushy Park

There are two gates into Bushy Park from Hampton Hill High Street, including one that leads to the Hampton Hill Cricket Club.

Bushy Park is the second largest Royal Park in London, covering 1,099 acres. Visitors have so much to discover, with scenic walking and cycling trails, ancient trees, water gardens, grasslands, sports grounds, the Pheasantry Café, roaming herds of red and fallow deer, and of course the wild green parakeets.

The Friends of Bushy Park website is a great place to find out what’s going on in the park, including walks and talks, visitor information and opening times. Visit their website here.

You can download a detailed map of the park by visiting the Royal Parks website here.

Max Ellis

‘Stag, Crow, Fog’ by Max Ellis, maxphotographic.com

Royal Parks

Hampton Hill Cricket Club

Cricket club

Bushy Park is also home to the Hampton Hill Cricket Club. Established since 1855, the club is a vital part of the Hampton Hill community. Under 18 teams (Colts) and senior teams play every weekend at the newly built cricket pavilion which can be found just inside the Hampton Hill New Gate.

To find out more about the Hampton Hill Cricket Club, including how to join and news of social events, click here.
To learn more about their history click here