Cale Green Park is a
formal Victorian style park enjoying close proximity to public
transport making the park available to a wide community.
The Park is a valuable asset to the local community being well used
by many local people and schools for recreation and learning. The
park features a children’s play area which is well used by Mothers
and Toddlers all year round. Local communities also utilise this
greenspace for a range of sports and activities e.g. basketball,
tennis and Crown Green Bowls.
Access to all parts of the Park is excellent with paths suitable for
wheelchairs throughout the Park.
In 1998 the Council won a Sports Lottery award to build a multi-use
sport area for use by the local community and schools. The Park has
both men and women's bowls teams who are also actively involved in
many of the Park's activities. A Children's Play area is well used
by Mothers and toddlers all year round.
The Park has been awarded the prestigious Green Flag award.
Facilities & features
• Crown green bowling green
• Tennis courts
• Basketball court
• Netball court
• Children’s playground
• Toilet facilities (male, female and disabled)
• Dog fouling bins
• Original Bandstand
• Multi-use games area
• Flag pole
• Formal horticultural features
• Enthusiastic community involvement
• Park is close to Town centre and main transport routes
Cale Green Park was a gift to the people of Stockport from Henry
Bell, a local dignitary often referred to as Stockport’s ‘Grand Old
Man’. The park was opened in 1902 and retains much of its original
character with its traditional gates and formal layout.
The Friends group (which is part of
the Cale Green Park Resident Association) have regular task/tidy
days on the 2nd Saturday of the month 10am - 2pm. They have restored
half of the bench circle and are working on restoring the other
half. They also had Tim Burgess carve an owl in Bell's Paddock. The
group holds three events every year: an Easter Monday Farmers
Market, a summer event, and a December event.