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Contacts

Contact us online
Tel: 01372 732000
Txt:
 07950 080202

Address:
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council
Town Hall
The Parade
Epsom
Surrey
KT18 5BY

 

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Access

Gibraltar Recreation Ground is situated in the northern half of the Borough between Ewell Village and West Ewell, close to Ewell West railway station. The main entrance and small car park is, however, situated off West Street, Ewell. There is another pedestrian entrance into the park from Chessington Road, opposite the railway station.

Gibraltar Recreation Ground is open all year. It is locked half an hour before sunset and is re-opened by 8am on Monday to Friday, or by 9am at weekends.

Activities and facilities

Activities and facilities available at Gibraltar Recreation Ground include the following:

  • Children's Playground
  • Teenage Play Area
  • 1 Bowling Green
  • 2 Football Pitches
  • 1 Cricket Square
  • 2 Tennis Courts (hard-surfaced)
  • 1 Basketball Court.

There is a pavilion with changing facilities and a small hall with kitchen, which can be hired.

For more information or to make a booking, please call us on 01372 732000, or alternatively please email us.

Associated clubs

Ewell Ladies Bowling Club - contact Mrs Irene Humphries on 020 8224 2705

Ewell Men’s Bowling Club - contact Mr Fred Humphries on 020 8224 2705

History

Gibraltar Recreation Ground was purchased on 7 October 1930 for £2,350. If you have a question relating to the history of the park, please call Bourne Hall Museum on 020 8394 1734.

Volunteers & Community Groups

If you would like more information about the Friends of Epsom & Ewell Parks group, please contact the Ranger Service on 01372 732000, or alternatively email.


Wildlife

There are many species of trees and plants, which provide habitats for animals, birds and insects. We are compiling a species list for the park so if you spot an animal, bird or plant of special interest, please email us describing your find.

page updated: Monday, 20 October 2014 © Epsom & Ewell Borough Council 2014