Buildings, Woodlands, Play Areas & Recreational Grounds managed by the Town Council

a purpose built community building

Costessey Centre, Longwater Lane NR8 5AH

five-a-side football and basketball arena

Longwater Recreation Grounds NR8 5AH

a purpose built community building

Breckland Hall & Owen Barnes Room, Breckland Road, NR5 0RW

toddlers play equipment

Breckland Park Recreation Ground, Breckland Road, NR5 0RW

a purpose built community building

Queen's Hills Community Centre, Poethlyn Drive, NR8 5BP

a playground with equipment

Queen's Hills Play Areas - 4 sites provided by developers - currently managed by South Norfolk and will be transferred to Costessey Town Council in 2021

a stone monument and bench

Roundwell Monument, Longwater Lane/Dereham Road Junction

fenced playground with equipment

Husenbeth Close Play Area

people having a picnic down by the river

Gunton Lane Recreation Ground and County Wildlife sites

a grassed open space

Breydon Drive Open Space

a grassed open space

Old Cricket Ground, along lane adjacent to 208 West End - Dogs not required to be on a lead at this site.

a traditional village sign

Costessey Sign, Myrtle Avenue/Townhouse Road junction

a grass roundabout with a tree in the middle

Roundabouts at Longdell Hills

a woodland scene

Greenhills Woods

Bunkers Hill Woods

a tarmac driveway through a woodland

Cemetery Woodland, 104 Longwater Lane

a woodland and bench

Roundwell Woodland Corner, Longwater Lane/Dereham Road junction

Last updated: Wed, 08 Jun 2022 13:35