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Brickfields Park

Nature reserve

Brickfield  ParkThis 13-acre site was reclaimed from the remains of a Victorian brickworks and clay diggings and was opened as a peaceful, natural park in 1985.

The site features a pond, which take its water supply from a natural stream within the park. Brickfields is used on a regular basis by local schools for nature studies and is open every day of the year. There is some limited wheelchair access.

The Park is managed by The Friends of Brickfields Country Park who organise work parties on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month to carry out various activities, from rubbish clearing to building new paths. New members or occasional volunteers are always welcome.

Brickfields pondLocation

Brickfields Park is situated off Boxalls Lane just to the south of Aldershot town centre. Visitorsa should park in the car park opposite the post offic.

Further information

 See also the map of the Valley