Mary Stevens Park in Stourbridge is a well loved community asset. The park receives approximately one million visitors each year.
The park is a real hive of activity throughout the year, with daily health and fitness activities, community group events and regular heritage and wildlife activities.
Dudley Council have recently completed a heritage lottery project which has involved £3.1 million being invested in improvements to the park. The improvements have included restoration of the grade 2 listed park gates, bandstand, War Memorial, Heath Pool, and the creation of a cafe.
The park has extensive facilities including:
Mary Stevens Park was gifted to the people of Stourbridge in 1931 by Ernest Stevens and has deed of gift restrictions in place.
The park is conveniently located half a mile from Stourbridge town centre, and pedestrian routes are well sign posted in the area.
From Stourbridge Town Centre, walk down Market Street with Waitrose on your left. At the end of the street, take the subway beneath the ring road. Walk up Worcester Street, and cross the zebra crossing across Heath Lane by the Plough and Harrow.
The 276 bus stops at Norton Road and Worcester Street.
The park is about ¾ of a mile from Stourbridge bus station.
Stourbridge Junction train station is less than a mile away and is well served from trains from Birmingham and Worcester. There is a sign posted pedestrian route starting by the ticket office.
The postcode for the main entrance and car park is DY8 2AA. Additional parking close to the activity centre is available on Stanley Road, DY8 2DN. Car parking is free but limited and sometimes becomes full, particularly on weekdays and when the weather is very nice. Please be courteous to our neighbours and don’t block local roads.
If you have any further questions / queries please contact our Parks Development Team through Dudley Council Plus.