Westmorland Park is an eight-hectare site in Warfield. A large variety of recreational activities are catered for through the network of paths, open spaces, play areas and pavilion. Wildlife can be spotted in the balancing pond or at Hayley Green Wood Local Nature Reserve which lies next door.
Facilities and key features
- a pavilion that is available to hire for activities such as aerobics and Tai Chi
- three tennis courts, several football pitches, a basketball hoop and a baseball diamond
- play areas with equipment suitable for children aged 2 to 14 years
- a community shelter
- a balancing pond that is managed by Thames Water
- Hayley Green Wood Local Nature Reserve which lies next door
Westmorland Park Lawn Tennis Club
There are three tennis courts at Westmorland Park open to members between the hours of 8am and dusk. Booking forms are kept on the courts and changed every Monday.
The club is a member of the Berkshire Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and teams play within their leagues. The club activities are run by an elected committee and the services of a professional LTA coach are available to members for private lessons. As an added bonus the club gets an allocation of Wimbledon tickets each year.
For information about the club visit their Facebook page.
Apply for membership
You can apply for membership by using the online membership application form.
Fees for 16/17 season membership
| Type of membership
| Junior (age 5 to 17)
| Family (up to 2 adults and 4 children aged 5 to 17)
By joining the club you agree to abide by the club rules, and to the use of the courts as agreed by the committee. A copy of the club rules is also available. For enquiries please contact Customer Services on 01344 352000.
Please note that the tennis courts at Westmorland Park are designated for tennis use only.
Hayley Green Wood was once a part of Warfield Park, an extensive estate which was owned by Colonel John Walsh in 1766. The site has seen more recent industrial uses, but during 2002 Hayley Green Wood was incorporated into Westmorland Park. The balancing pond was created in the early 1990s to store excess water during heavy rainfall. It is owned and maintained by Thames Water.
Westmorland Park was established as part of the public open space provision within the Whitegrove housing development and was transferred to the ownership of the council in 1999.
Hayley Green Wood is designated a Local Nature Reserve and Local Wildlife Site for its important wildlife, which includes grass snakes and a wide range of wild flowers such as ox-eye daisy, self heal and foxglove. The site lies on London Clay and is comprised of mixed deciduous woodland such as ash, willow and silver birch.
How to get there
Car parking (with 2 disabled bays) and bicycle racks are available at the Pavilion, off Westmorland Drive, Warfield RG42 3QP. For directions to Westmorland Park please visit our location map.
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