Plan for the Day
11.00am: Fun Day starts in Grenfell Park
11.00am - 3pm: Stalls, fairground rides, treasure hunt, demonstrations etc
Thank you to our sponsors
About Grenfell Park?
Grenfell Park was the first public park in Maidenhead and is aimed at younger children and families. It was donated to the town in 1897 by Lord Desborough (William Grenfell) to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. The park has a number of unusual trees, the seeds of which were provided by Lord Desborough after travelling the world. The steep wooded banks and large flat grassed area to the rear of the park form a natural amphitheatre.
Where is the park? Grenfell Park is located in Grenfell Road round the corner from Maidenhead train station (SL6 1EX).