Holywells Park

Ipswich, Suffolk, UK


Holywells Park, Ipswich, Suffolk

Holywells Park, a 67-acre area of parkland including ponds and woods near the industrial docks in Ipswich. Holywells Park provides:

  • a water play facility (summertime only)
  • a bowling green
  • a children's play area.
  • open space to relax and enjoy

There are 4 entrances to the park, they are Cliff Lane, Myrtle Rd, Bishop’s Hill and Nacton Rd, Parking is available from access through the Cliff Lane gate and there is also limited parking along Myrtle Rd.

History: In 1935 the land at Holywells was presented to the people of Ipswich by Lord Woodbridge and then opened to the public in 1936, much of the manor is now lost with only the stable block remaining.

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