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Pleck Park

The site was once part of Bescot Hall estate. The park was created as a memorial to those who lost their lives in the First World War. There are many recreational activities for you to enjoy.

Facilities and features

  • Cricket wickets
  • Children's play area
  • Multi-use games area
  • Pavilion


The park has hard, flat, tarmac-surfaced paths all around the site, except for a small section near to Bescot Drive entrance where it is breedon gravel. All pathways allow for turning (1700mm wide). All access gates are wide enough for wheelchairs, people with mobility impairments and pushchairs, although the paths from Hough Road may not easily accommodate wheelchairs.  There is plenty of seating close to pathways around the site to allow for rest if required.

Sports pitches and equipment

Getting to Pleck Park

Several bus companies operate services which can take you to the park including Diamond, Thandi Transport and National Express West Midlands. The nearest bus stops are on Bescot Road - buses 11, and 11a, or Wallows Lane - buses - 11, and 11a.

There is a good sized car park which can be accessed from Montfort Road. 


Montfort Road, Pleck, WS2 9DE

Map of Pleck Park location

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