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Finsbury Park attack

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Wythenshawe Park

  1. Location

    Wythenshawe Road, M23 0AB

  2. Opening times

    From dawn to dusk

  3. Facilities

    Children's play area, Multi use games area (MUGA), football pitches, tennis courts (courts are free), pitch and putt, bowling green, garden centre, community farm - check our Facebook page 
    https://www.facebook.com/WythenshaweCommunityFarmtoilets, woodlands & Courtyard Cafe. (see details below).

    Free wifi available at the Wythenshawe Park Horticultural Centre.

    The Courtyard Cafe - set in the spectacular surroundings of Wythenshawe Park, offers a relaxing oasis and tempting menu.  The cafe is an important focal point of the park, offering a meeting area for sport participants, dog walkers and families.  The menu caters for all appetites from a warming cappuccino to more hearty meals.  The staff will always try and use the best seasonal ingredients by local suppliers, the Courtyard works alongside local businesses. A delicious range of sandwiches, baton rolls, Panini’s and hot wraps will be on offer, plus a convenient 'grab & go' selection. 

    Check our Facebook page for opening times - open 7 days per week.
    Follow us on twitter @thecourtyardwp and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCourtyardWythenshawePark

  4. Book a football pitch

    This park has 8 senior football pitches.

    View the terms & conditions before continuing with a request.

    The prices are listed within the form - book a football pitch and we'll contact you about availability.

  5. Play area (age group)

    15 & under

  6. Events

    See events in parks or leisure centres.

  7. Transport to and around Manchester

    Visit www.tfgm.com to find transport links

  8. Dogs not allowed

    Children's play area, Multi use games area (MUGA), football pitches, tennis courts, pitch and putt, bowling green, garden centre, community farm, toilets, woodlands

  9. History

    In January 2012 an area of Wythenshawe Park was declared as a local nature reserve. The 85 hectare site will now benefit from greater recognition of its wildlife habitats and natural features. The park already features two sites of biological importance - Nan Noon Wood and Gib Lane Wood.

  10. Report a problem

    Report any problems in this park

  11. Email

    parks@manchester.gov.uk

  12. More on parks

    More about Wythenshawe Park 

  13. External links

    Wythenshawe Park Riding Stables http://www.wythenshaweparkridingstables.co.uk/

  14. Location map

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