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Leamore Park

In 1930 Walsall Council received a sum of £8,000 from the local miners welfare fund. The miners specified that the money was for the provision of a recreation or pleasure ground. As a result Leamore Park came into being.

The park has stayed true to its roots. Today, you can enjoy many activities, including football, tennis, and bowls.

Facilities and features

  • Pavilion
  • Public art
  • Multi-use games area - limited accessibility for wheelchair users due to security gates
  • Skate park - free to use - limited accessibility for wheelchair users due to security gates
  • Story-telling and discovery garden


The park has flat tarmac-surfaced paths with limited slopes and is accessible for wheelchair users, people with mobility impairments, and pushchairs. The paths do not form a circular route around the park.

The main access gates are wide enough for wheelchairs. The access gates on Blakenall Lane, Pinfold Road and Field Road have a K-gate installed to prevent anti-social behaviour. These gates are 820mm from the floor to the bottom of the squeeze plate and 530mmm between the squeeze plates.

There are 16 benches, mainly located near to the bowls greens, tennis courts and story-telling garden.

Sports pitches and equipment

Getting to Leamore Park

Several bus companies run services that will take you near to the park including National West Midlands Express and Diamond. the nearest bus stops are on High Street - Buses 31, 32 or 159.

The car park on Blakenall Lane has 6 designated accessible parking spaces. View opening times for the on-site car park.


Blakenall Lane, Bloxwich, WS3 3DU

Map of Leamore Park location

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