Eastwood Park, Hasland

Eastwood Park logo

Eastwood Park in Hasland was opened officially by Councillor Christine Ludlow, the executive member for Environment, on 9 June 2013. She was joined by the mayor and Councillor Amanda Sergeant, who officially opened the newly restored village hall.

Eastwood Park has the following facilities:

  • memorial arboretum
  • community garden
  • rose garden
  • wildlife area
  • multi-use games area and tennis court
  • football and cricket pitches
  • two play areas
  • free outdoor gym
  • war memorial
  • village hall
  • car park

Special events

We hold lots of events and activities at Eastwood Park, especially in the school holidays, keep an eye on our news section for details.

Green Flag Award and park management 

As part of our continuing work to raise the quality of our parks and open spaces to meet Green Flag standards, the preparation of individual park management plans for these spaces is essential.

Park management plans allow us to direct resources and investment to maintain the standards achieved and to drive continuous improvement.

If our documents are not accessible to you, you can request a different format here.
Eastwood Park Management Plan 2020 to 2025 PDF (PDF 8.13 MB)


Last updated on 30/11/2023