Beamond End, Holmer Green, Hyde Heath,
Little Kingshill and Little Missenden

Children’s Play Areas and Recreation Areas

The Little Missenden Parish Council policy on play areas is:

The Parish Council has six play areas which are spread across the Parish. Each is designed based on the surrounding population, for example, the sites at Holmer Green and Little Kingshill are much larger both in physical size and the range of play equipment installed.


RosPA Report

All our play areas were inspected by RosPA on 14th May 2018.  The resulting reports from the inspection showed that the play areas are all in good condition and with no defects, this is an excellent report and reflects the large amount of time, effort and work that has been spent on the areas in the last 12 months.


Holmer Green - The Common
Hyde Heath - The Common
Little Kingshill  - Windsor Lane
Little Kingshill - Meadow Cottages
Little Missenden - Village Centre
Little Missenden - Pipers Wood

The Parish play equipment ranges from traditional slides and roundabouts to multi-play equipment designed to stimulate a child’s imagination and most of all have fun.

The sites are monitored weekly by the Parish Council and inspected annually by the outside body RoSPA to ensure the areas are safe and maintained.

Over the coming years Little Missenden Parish Council will be investing in play areas with the goal of increasing the enjoyment of children together with their wellbeing and safety. This will include both improved safety play surfaces and equipment.

When choosing new equipment the Parish Council seeks the opinion of those who use it - the children themselves.

Recreation Areas are located at The Commons in Holmer Green and Hyde Heath, at Windsor Lane, Little Kingshill and in the Village Centre at Little Missenden .

Please note that golf and kite flying near overhead power lines is not allowed.