Atterbury Park

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What to see and What to do

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Atterbury is great for wildlife, with long grass areas and willow beds that provide plenty of habitat. There are sections of marshland with lots of vegetation as well as a body of water that will dry up during the warmer months of the year. Look out for wildflowers, birds and badger sets.

Broughton Brook runs throughout Atterbury, and you can follow this to travel on to other areas of parkland. It is a good place for dog walking and there is seating within the park.

Need to Know

Getting there

Atterbury is located off H6 Childs Way, between the Fox Milne and Northfield roundabouts. It sits between the Northfield and Broughton areas of Milton Keynes. Nearest postcode: MK10 9RG

Opening times

The park is open at all times.

Car parking

There is no dedicated car park for Atterbury. Parking is available on nearby residential streets or at the coachway, which is linked by footpath to the top of the park.


There are no public toilets in the park.


There are no refreshment facilities at Atterbury. The nearest facilities would be at Broughton local centre.

Disabled access

Atterbury has good disabled access in areas; some of the footpaths are hard surfaced, whereas others are mowed grass.

  • Broughton Brook


    This park follows the Broughton Brook, from Magna Park near the M1 through Brooklands, Broughton Gate, Broughton and Pineham. It offers local residents an attractive and quiet place to escape into green space within the city. At Broughton Gate next to Southwold Crescent there is a popular children's play area, with another located at Kidderminster Walk.

  • Broughton Brook Magna Park


    Broughton Brook park is an area of parkland bordering the Magna Park industrial estate. We have recently taken over management of a section of attractive parkland off the Erwood roundabout, with plans to take over further areas in future.

  • Glebe Farm


    The section of parkland in the Glebe Farm estate features wildflower areas, native woodland planting, open grass areas and a series of ponds.

Facilities at Atterbury Park
  • Seating

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