Time change

Please note, this walk will now be held at 2pm and not 6pm as advertised in the printed What's On Guide.

Descriptive Guided Walk: Campbell Park Art

Campbell Park

Thursday 17 October
14:00 - 15:30
Suitable for adults

Join us for a Descriptive Guided Walk of Campbell Park Art on Thursday 17th October at 2pm. We are the proud custodians of many public art sculptures in this park, all of which have a unique story to tell. 

This event is accessible for people who are blind or partially sighted. We will offer clear description of each art piece and guidance to follow the trail safely. You may wish to bring a companion. Companions do not require a ticket. You will have the opportunity to get up close with the sculptures to learn more about their textures and materials.

All ages are welcome but the event is designed for adults.

The event will last approximately 90 minutes and the route we follow is approximately 2km in length. We will use surfaced footpaths. Please wear suitable footwear.

Time: 2-3.30pm

Meeting place: Campbell Park Pavilion car park, Silbury Boulevard, MK9 4AD. What3words location ///bravest.detergent.redeemed.

Parking: Campbell Park Pavilion car park, including accessible. See above.

Accessibility: This walk is designed to be accessible to people who are blind or partially sighted. A hearing loop is available upond request from events@theparkstrust.com. Please get in touch on events@theparkstrust.com if you require any accessibility support or to request a hearing loop. 

Please note, there are no toilets or refreshments available at this event. 

Booking is essential for this event.  

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