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Reigate and Banstead Borough Council

Town Hall

Castlefield Road



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Monday to Thursday 8.45am - 5pm

Friday 8.45am - 4.45pm

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Monday to Thursday 8.45am - 5pm

Friday 8.45am-4.45pm

01737 276000

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News and events in Priory Park

This page tells you what events are taking place in the park and has the latest edition of the Priory Park Newsletter.

News and events taking place in Priory Park during 2014 

Easter school holiday fun

We are once again teaming up with Move Revolution to bring you some Easter holiday fun at Reigate Priory Park. Starting on Monday 7 April and running all week there will lots of free kids activities. All starting at 10.30 and all free. no need to book just turn up. There will be an Easter treasure hunt every day and then the following fun activities.

Monday 7 April - The Move Revolution Farm - come along and meet rabbits, lambs and much more.

Tuesday 8 April - Farm Animal Crafts

Wednesday 9 April- Easter Bonnet Parade (& Craft)

Thursday 10 April - Den Building (over 8's only)

Friday 11 April - Mini Beast Hunt

Park Run

a new park run is starting in Reigate Priory Park from 22 March 2014 - register and come along its all free.

Dog training classes - 24 March onwards 

YMCA Fun Run and RBBC Sports Festival - 4 May

Churches Together –  8 June (tbc)

Community Festival - 28 June

To book a stall please contact the Reigate Events Collective

Churches Together - 6 July

Surrey CC Cycle Festival - 20 July  

Cancer Research Relay event - 26/27 July

Reigate Half Marathon - 21 September

The Reigate Half Marathon will be starting and finishing in the park

Children's playground water features

The water features are now turned off for the winter in the children's playground.

Bumps, Buggies and Bundles

A walking group for new mums and their babies has started in the park every Friday morning - meet outside the cafe at 10am.

Geocaching - trail in the park

Geocaching is an exciting outdoor adventure for the whole family. It’s a treasure hunt for the digital generation. All you need is a handheld GPS or mobile phone with GPS app (go to the Geocaching website to download the app for your phone). We now have a trail of seven caches that takes you all around the park. 

A geocache or ‘cache’ is a small waterproof treasure box hidden outdoors. Geocachers seek out these locations guided by coordinates put into their GPS device.

Email for more information and to hire a gps unit for the trail.

Free - children's storytime - every Wednesday

10.30am in the Pavilion Cafe.

See also

  • What's on - a guide to what's on in the borough (not just the park) in the coming weeks and months. 

Last updated : 19/03/2014

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