Pippins Park

This small 1.2 hectare community park is named after the Cox’s Orange Pippin apple, first grown in 1825 by Richard Cox, a retired brewer who lived at The Lawns in Colnbrook.

Well managed and maintained, this park is one of the first green spaces in Slough to receive a Green Flag Award, and is highly valued by the community and Parish of Colnbrook with Poyle.

Facilities and attractions

With valuable contributions from the Colnbrook Community Partnership and external partnership funding this park gives a valuable green space. It has a range of recreational, cultural and educational activities for local residents and visitors including:

  • Green Flag Award
  • Play area
  • Multi-use ball games area
  • Wildlife stream
  • Seating
  • Lit circular walk
  • A variety of trees
  • Active park community group

Opening hours

The park is open 24 hours a day all year round.

How to get there

You can access the park from Raymond Close off Rodney Way, Colnbrook.

Other park information