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Norman Scott Park
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Norman Scott Park: Welcome

About Scott Park

Patchway Town Council owns and maintains Norman Scott Park, which is named after the first Chairman of the Council.

In 2013 the park was registered as a Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Field.

The park has a children’s play area with accessible equipment, a skateboard area, a picnic area, copses planted for wildlife as well as three football pitches, a cricket pitch, twin-lane cricket net facility and a fully floodlit all year round 3G training pitch. There is a fully accessible disabled toilet too.

 The park has a large car park for over 60 cars and has Patchway Sports and Social Club

situated within the heart of the park. 

Patchway Town Council owns all of the land in Scott Park and are always seeking opportunities

to improve this space for all of our residents!

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Food and drink
at Scott Park

Patchway Town Council offers a great selection of food and drink within Scott Park through Snack Attacks at The Park at the Norman Scott Park Pavilion and at Patchway Sports & Social Club.

We occasionally bring other vendors into the Park at other specific event times to offer variety for residents. ​​Please see poster below for dates & times of these events. 

Always in the Park:

Snack Attacks at the Park - open every day - see Facebook for opening times, special events and offers. 

Patchway Sports & Social Club  - open everyday - see website and Facebook for opening times, special events and offers.

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Norman Scott Park: Welcome

Norman Scott Park Pavilion Cafe

Now Open!

Patchway Town Council are pleased to announce that the Norman Scott Park Pavilion Café, Snack Attacks at The Park opened for business from Tuesday 6th December 2022.

Patchway's newest community facility, is based within the brand new pavilion at Norman Scott Park.

The café has an indoor dining area, with views over the fabulous Scott Park as well as outdoor areas for those who want to dine al-fresco! 

The new facility also has four new changing rooms, public toilets and viewing terrace. 

Snack Attacks at The Park is open from 8am to 2pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 1pm on Saturdays and 9am to 12 midday on Sundays. They also open for special events which you can find through their Facebook

For more information, please visit:

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Free Cricket Net Hire

Patchway Town Council are allowing any children under the age of 14 who are residents of Patchway OR youth members of Patchway Cricket Club to use the Cricket facility in Norman Scott Park for free on a 1 on 1 coaching basis.

Please contact us at to book.

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