Cranford Country Park

Green Flag award winner in 2002 and every year since then. It is a historic countryside park that was originally the grounds of Cranford House (demolished 1945).

Cranford Park

This 144 acre (58 hectares) park still features a number of historical relics including a walled garden, icehouse, a restored 18th century stable block and the medieval St Dunstan's Church and graveyard which was mentioned in the Domesday Book. It is known for the ghost of the Grey Lady who is said to haunt the park.


  • Children's playground

The Parkway



Phone number
01895 556000

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Opening hours
January 9am to 4pm
February 9am to 4pm
March 9am to 5pm
April 9am to 6pm 
May 9am to 8pm
June 9am to 8pm
July 9am to 8pm 
August 9am to 8pm
September 9am to 7pm
October 9am to 5pm
November 9am to 4pm
December 9am to 4pm 

This park is closed and the gates locked overnight.