Eaton Street Park is one of two public spaces within the Town of Prescot.
Eaton Street Park is leased to Prescot Town Council by Knowsley Metropolitan Borough a copy of the lease containing the agreed responsibilities can be seen here. The park is predominately maintained by the Town Council’s Grounds Maintenance Provider Glendale, with the exception of the 8-13 years natural play space. The park benefits from:
- Toddler play space
- 8-13 play space
- Wildflower trail
- Picnic benches and seating
- Bowling Green
- Modern Pavilion Building
The Bowling Green facility at Eaton Street Park is available to hire and can be pre-booked by individuals. To check availability click here for our bookings calendar.
In September 2015 the Town Council worked alongside Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council and the Friends of Eaton Street Park to successfully apply for funding from Ibstock Cory and The Cory Environment Trust to replace the old dilapidated bowling pavilion on site and make some landscaping changes to help enhance the visitor offer at the site. The Friends of Eaton Street provide an open invitation to their tea in the park sessions every Sunday from 2pm till 4pm at the Pavilion.
Click the link to see the process that was undertaken to replace the existing building on Eaton Street Park with the new Pavilion building.
The Town Council provide keys to access the bowling green in exchange for a non-refundable deposit of £10.
Please complete and return the bowling green keyholder agreement form below or contact the Town Council on 0151 426 3933.
Eaton Street is also an accredited Green Flag Park, for more information on Green Flag click here.
The park also benefits from an active and enthusiastic Friends Group who have played a major roll in transforming this park to its current level and its achievement of Green Flag Status. For more information on how to get involved with friends please click here.
Park Management Plan – The Town Council are currently working with stakeholders to produce a new management plan for the park to take it to the next decade. The previous management plan for 2013-18 although now out of date can be viewed here Eaton Street Park Management Plan 2013 -2018 – Final