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You are here: Home / Leisure / Out And About In Fareham / Play Areas

Play area improvements

The Council has 46 play areas located across the borough that are provided for children and young people of all abilities up to age of 15. These are managed and maintained by the Council's Streetscene team who undertake regular inspections to ensure that the facilities are safe.

Since 2015, many of our play areas have received an upgrade. This has included new equipment, some of which is inclusive, improvement works to existing equipment and repairs to surfacing where necessary.

Local residents and users were consulted about the play area improvements before any changes were made. For information about these consultations please visit

Residents can also have their say on any current consultations by joining the 'Let's Talk Fareham' Facebook group  External Hyperlink


Play area improvement programme 2023-2028

A programme of works has been agreed and the following play areas are expected to receive improvements over the next few years:


Seafield Park, Hill Head

Badgers Copse, Park Gate

Fielding Road, Sarisbury



Bellfield, Titchfield

Course Park Crescent, Titchfield Common

Laurel Gardens, Locks Heath

Crossfell Walk, Fareham South - Check out the design for the improvement works PDF (21 MB), due to take place in the spring.


Year 3 - 2025/26

Hollybrook Gardens, Locks Heath

Elsanta Crescent, Titchfield Common

St Michael's, Locks Heath


Please note that this list is subject to change.

A further assessment of play areas will be undertaken nearer the time to determine which will receive improvements in 2026/27 and 2027/28.

Play area improvement programme 2015-2023

The list below shows which play areas have received improvement works over the years.


Blackbrook Park play area

Kenwood Road play area

Kites Croft play area

West Street play area



Salterns play area

Burridge play area

Newtown play area

Metcalfe play area



Dore Avenue play area

Locks Heath House Park play area

Longacres play area

Clydesdale play area



Barry's Meadow play area

Harbour View play area

Bath Lane play area

Swanwick play area



Portchester Park play area

Sweethills Crescent play area

Castle Street play area

Eastern Parade play area



Newtown Play Area

Sarisbury Green Play Area

Warsash Recreation Ground Play Area

Funtley Recreation Ground Play Area



Coldeast Play Area

Drake Close Play Area

Fareham North West Play Area

Priory Park Play Area



Segensworth Play Area

Stubbington Play Area

Course Park Crescent Play Area

Blackbrook Park Play Area


For more information about play area improvements please contact the Leisure and Community Team on 01329 236100 or email

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