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Hurst Park Open Space
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Reviewed 26 April 2013

Nice open space for picnics, ball games etc.
There is a park for children and also a basketball court.

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Reviewed 14 April 2013

Hurst Park is a great place for spring strolls, picnics and beautiful views of the River Thames. It has everything you need from a park; vast open spaces, towering trees for shade and a path that winds around the river. I love coming here in the Summer :)

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Reviewed 6 January 2013

Hurst Park Open Space is an area of open land bordering the River Thames in West Molesey, and is popular with walkers, cyclists and those just happy to sit and watch the passing boats and pleasure craft. There is a large free car park in Sadlers Ride, and a smaller car park in Graburn Way, and nearby is a children’s play area. There is also a Millennium Marker with a pictorial history of the area. Molesey Regatta is held here annually, and there is the occasional travelling fun fair and other events that take place.
There are beautiful views across the river to Hampton where David Garricks Villa (actor 1717-1779), Shakespeare's Grecian Temple, St.Mary's Church, and the Bell pub can all be seen. All of these can easily be reached by a ferry which runs from Molesey to Hampton during April-October.
In fact you can have a pleasant 'round-robin' walk starting at Hampton Court and walking along the southbank of the Thames passing Molesey Lock, Molesey Boat Club (home of a number of rowing Olympians), and Molesey Cricket Club (refreshments available) and onto Hurst Park Open Space which is approximately a 25 minute walk. Then take the ferry across the river and walk back along the north bank passing the Hampton buildings mentioned earlier plus Bushy Park and Hampton Court Palace. Buses also run along both sides of the river.

5  Thank Molesey19
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