The Carrs Park, Wilmslow

On 1 April 2024 our Green Spaces Maintenance Standards policy came into effect. To find out how this green space is maintained, view the full policy and maintenance schedules.

Chancel Lane

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The Carrs Park in Wilmslow

Facilities and information

  • Children’s play area
  • Multi use football area
  • Basketball practice hoop
  • Riverside and woodland walks
  • Large open grassland
  • Picnic area
  • Entrance: Chancel Lane, Wilmslow
  • Car Parking: Parking at entrance by Parish Hall
  • Open access all year round.
  • Parking at entrance by Parish Hall is limited to 60 spaces, charges are applicable in this car park.
  • Car parks in Wilmslow
  • Opened in 1935
  • Area: 28.7 hectares (71 acres)
  • The River Bollin meanders through picturesque parkland with footpath links into Styal Country Park and the Dean Valley. These seventy acres were purchased in 1935 by the Wilmslow Urban District Council to mark the jubilee of King George V and are ideal for gentle walks
  • Friends of the Carrs Park Group
  • Footpath 23 is temporarily closed until further notice
  • Event Planning

Public Space Protection Order 

The Carrs Park has a Public Spaces Protection Order of which further details on the current order can be found on the links below. This order came into effect on the 20 October 2020 and has a duration of 3 years. Breach of this order is a criminal offence which may be dealt with by means of a Fixed Penalty Notice of £100 or if taken to court a maximum fine of £1000.

The current order is due to expire at midnight on the 19 October 2023. The council are consulting with members of public in relation to its intentions to extend the current order and copies of our “notice of intent” and links to the consultation can be found via the below webpage:

the Carrs

Contact us

Report an issue - for example, broken playground equipment, benches, gates, fences or other grounds maintenance issues in parks and play areas.

For all other queries, email park enquiries.

Phone: 0300 123 5011

Page last reviewed: 12 April 2024