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Playing Field
The Robert Glanville Playing Field Trust

The Playing Field is maintained by The Robert Glanvile Playing Field Trust.

There is a children’s play area with swings, slide and bouncy elephant. For older children there is an excellent skate park with a ramp, grinding bars and half pipe.  Goal posts are provided for impromptu games of football as well as a picnic table for when the weather is good. The field has wonderful views over the Somerset levels and to Glastonbury Tor.

The Playing Field Committee is looking for new members to help in its work and those with children of school age would be particularly welcome. Our current project is to build an all weather surface for tennis, 5-a-side football, netball and basketball. This new facility would be available to the village school, which already makes use of the playing field on a weekly basis in term time, and all the residents in the village.

We hope you will visit the field and have a great time enjoying all the facilities.

 

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