Welcome to the Oakley Park website
Oakley Park has achieved several In Bloom Awards this summer. Friends of Oakley Park, not only were awarded Outstanding in 'It's Your Neighbourhood' and a Champion of Champions certificate of Achievement but were also awarded a National Certificate of Distinction by Britain in Bloom. Oakley Park also attained a Silver Gilt for the woodland area (Conservation Area) and a Silver for the open space.
Friends of Oakley Park have also won the Fleet Town Council Chairman's cup in Fleet In Bloom. None of this would be possible without all of your help and support over the months. You are what makes Oakley park so great!
New Pond Life Interpretation board
We have installed a new interpretation board by our pond. For more information see our interpretation board page
Friends of Oakley Park now have a new Facebook page
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An oasis in the heart of Fleet and just a few minutes walk from the high street, Oakley Park is managed by Fleet Town Council. It is a lovely park consisting of a large playing field, streams, a football pitch, children's play facilities and three acres of woodland nature reserve. The main park area boasts a grassed playing field with a network of pathways whilst the woodland is rich in native plants and wild life with a dipping pond home to dragonflies. Bats are regular visitors more
The Friends of Oakley Park, is a local community group established in 1989 by residents concerned about the lack of investment into the park. We are a successful, independent organisation who represent the "community voice" in matters relating to the park. Our continuing aim is to improve the parkland and enhance the facilities for the benefit and enjoyment of everyone. more
The Committee on behalf of the membership, liaise with the council and make application for grants, host fund raising events and run events for families. more
Our Members frequently volunteer their time to undertake such tasks as painting, clearing the woodland of invasive species, installing bird and bat boxes and help run events for families and members of the local community.