Pushchairs in the Park - Lodge Lake
31/07/2019 (other dates available)

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Pushchairs in the Park - Lodge Lake

11am
Free
Suitable for all ages

Looking after your new baby can be a very busy time leaving exercise at the bottom of your list of things to do. Come along and discover some wonderful walks in Milton Keynes parkland, enjoy the fresh air, and meet new friends.

We will walk for 30 - 45 minutes, at a comfortable pace. All routes will be pushchair friendly and babies in slings also welcome.

Parking is available in the car park off Bradwell Road, off H4 Dansteed Way. 

If you have any questions then please e-mail us at treetots@theparkstrust.com

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    Lodge Lake is one of the city's ‘on-line’ balancing lakes. It was created in 1981 by building a dam across the Loughton Brook. This holds back water as flow rates in the brook increase, helping to prevent flooding in downstream areas. The lake is perfect for a short outing - a gentle walk around the lake edge takes about 30 minutes - with plenty of interest on and off the water year-round.

    Refreshments
    None on site; the nearest shops are located in Great Holm about five minutes’ walk to the west. A Chinese restaurant, the Kam Tong Garden, overlooks the lake.

  • ''Keep up the excellent work. You are all doing a great job.''

    I have been overwhelmed by what you have to offer. I have attended many events on my own in my free time and as a full time nanny, we have accessed lots of fun and exciting events at little or no cost which I find incredible. I am always telling other people that I meet about your events. You have certainly helped me settle into a place I knew nothing about and encouraged me to explore the different areas of Milton Keynes.

  • "Great, family fun."

  • "Well organised, lovely helpful people"

  • "Thanks for putting on such great events and looking after our amazingly open spaces"

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