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  1. Pallister Park is the 'leisure centre without a roof', reflecting the fact that the majority of activities take place outdoors, such as football and bowls.
  2. Playgrounds are a free and fun way to entertain your children safely outdoors, and with thirty different playgrounds available in Middlesbrough there is something for children of all ages. Visit the website to view the map of…
  3. Allotment gardening is a creative and enjoyable leisure activity which all the family can take part in at a low cost. Tenants generally grow a variety of vegetables in an organic way, for family consumption. The plot can also be used to…
  4. En route to Albert Park along Linthorpe Road enjoy a break in Ayresome Gardens, a small urban park and playground situated on the site the former Ayresome cemetery. The park features a basketball court, children's play area and…
  5. Berwick Hills nature reserve is a place for exercise and relaxation, with wildflower meadows, woodlands and ponds. Ormesby Beck meanders through the nature reserve on its way to join the River Tees. The beck is flanked by tall reeds…
  6. Gunnergate LaneMiddlesbroughTS8 0RY Fairy Dell, in Coulby Newham, is a haven for wildlife with its steeply wooded banks, becks, lakes, woodland and grassy glades. It's also a tranquil place for local people to enjoy a slice of countryside without leaving Middlesbrough.
  7. Albert ParkLinthorpe RoadMiddlesbroughTS1 3LB
    01642 819808
    Albert Park covers an area of 30 hectares in the centre of Middlesbrough. Facilities available include a visitor centre, roller skating rink, cafe, swan and boat hire on the lake, tennis courts, bowling greens, play areas, bandstand and…

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