Brill playground

Brill playground

Date of Adventure: 7 Jun, 2023

If you thought the star attraction in Brill was the windmill, think again! Move over windmill because this amazing new playground wants to share the limelight!

The local community worked incredibly hard to raise money for this playground – I’m always so impressed with the dedication that goes into these fundraising projects. What better drive than to give future generations of local children the play spaces they deserve. Bravo Brill!

I’ll start with the Junior area – this is not enclosed:

* Triple Windmill Towers climbing structure incorporating tunnels, climbing wall, fireman’s pole, clickety bridge, monkey bars, climbing net and slides
* 30m zip wire
* Swings, basket swing and accessible swing seat

Next the fully enclosed Infant playground:

* Windmill entrance – I LOVE this!Double Windmill Towers climbing structure with double slide, tunnel and den
* Trampoline
* Two small Dexter cow slides, one with a climbing net
* Two tunnels/climbing mounds
* Three musical instruments
* Seesaw and swings
* Wheelchair accessible roundabout

This is all in a huge playing field with football goals, and an enclosed MUGA (multi-use games area) with goals and basketball hoops.

What a fantastic community asset!





Always open
No booking required
No café on site but lots of local options
Accessible with accessible equipment
25 minutes from Headington roundabout
X20 or 280 and 113 to Brill
Free parking
The details


The Green, Aylesbury, HP18 9RT. Access via Church Street. Head for the church then follow the signs to the Brill Sports and Social club and that will lead to the green.

View on Google Maps


Did you


The landscape architects that designed the new Sutton Courtenay Playground also designed the new Blenheim Palace Adventure Playground!

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