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    • Qype User bzuko2…
    • London
    • 0 friends
    • 1 review
    5.0 star rating
    4/6/2010

    This is a great park for your children as well as for parents. Lots of animals, playground, green, river, plenty of space to play and friendly staff.

    I was so pleased that I've made a video :)
    Video link: youtube.com/watch?v=nsWD…

    • Qype User Deesie…
    • London
    • 2 friends
    • 60 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    16/11/2008

    The Bunny Park as it is known locally is a really lovely park to visit regardless of whether or not you have children. It is beautifully maintained with colourful flower beds and well kept grass and trees. The bunny park has a lovely selection of animals on display such as rabbits, parrots, 'monkeys', goats and more. There is a newly built playground with the traditional swings and up to date climbing frames. The play area is fenced off with a rubberised surface for safety. There is a Maze, built to commemorate the millennium, which the children just love. It's wide enough for 2 pushchairs to pass so everyone can explore. There is a cafe that sells hot and cold drinks, snacks and ice cream all reasonably priced. A lovely place to have a picnic.
    However, having said that there is one drawback. Often, during the summer months when it is very warm, there is a strong smell of sewage in some areas of the park.

    • Qype User eileen…
    • London
    • 0 friends
    • 1 review
    5.0 star rating
    8/4/2010

    This park was a favourite of my children, now a favourite with my grandchildren. There is a selection of animals to see animals to see, i.e. goats, donkey, peacocks, emu, monkeys, birds, snakes and bunnies, interesting walks suitable for pushchairs & small kids, a nice playground, toilets, a maze with a watchtower in the centre and a small cafe.

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