Friends of Seaton Park

About Seaton Park

Seaton Park is a public park situated close to the seafront at Seaton Carew. It is a relatively new park, dating from 1962. The land on which Seaton Park is situated used to be farmland. The park contains a bowling green, tennis courts, playing field and a fantastic new children’s play area complete with a sunken pirate ship. A newly created wetland area compliments the play area with bridges spanning the open water.

About the Friends of Seaton Park

The Friends of Seaton Park is a new, small and active community group and works for the “Restoration, preservation, conservation and improvement of Seaton Park. To promote and develop facilities of recreational, leisure and educational activities within the park for the whole of Hartlepool and beyond.” The group work very closely with Hartlepool Borough Council officers and the Friends of Hartlepool Green Spaces. Recent projects include the creation of a sensory garden, planting of wildlife hedgerow and organising an annual park fun day in August. New members are always welcome.

Photographs from the Friends of Seaton Park taken by Joanne Shaw.

Friends of Seaton Park was last modified: May 19th, 2015 by Sue Antrobus

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Station Lane
Seaton Carew

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