King George V Wordsley Park in Dudley has royal connections. Part of the park is an independent charity and registered as a King George Field, which forms part of the National memorial to his late Majesty King George V, which specifies that the land is to be preserved for public recreation.
At the park’s formal entrance opposite Barnett Lane, ornate gates, displaying the Heraldic Panels inform the public of the royal connection. The right panel depicts a unicorn and the left hand side a lion.
King George V Park, Lawnswood Road, Wordsley, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 5BS
The park is 7ha and is located close to the Wordsley Green shopping centre. The park has extensive recreational facilities, including tennis, football, a multi use games area and bowls along with, many areas of managed flower beds and grass, over its sweeping landscape. The park has large areas of open flat grass, ideal for team games, along with smaller shaded and un-shaded areas perfect for picnics and leisure activities. There are some interesting trees in the park, including Cedars and Monkey Puzzles. The park offers a selection of managed pathways, making walking an optimal choice, for all individuals within the community.
Tennis courts X 4
Multi-use games area
Football Pitches - charges apply
5 a side football pitches
Children’s Play Area
Formal bedding displays
Large areas of flat managed grass
Managed path ways