As you turn towards Millennium Green on Oxford road as guided by your satnav, keep going till you see an ornamental green gate on your right (just before the bowling club), opposite the Kingston Park housing estate
There are twelve mosaics dotted around the nine acre site of Kingston Bagpuize Millennium Green. You can get a map at the entrance, though there werent any when we walked in, but luckily one the families shared theres with us as they were leaving. I am attaching a picture for you guys, just in case you dont find any. You can also download from their website HERE.
The mosaics are pretty and hunting for them exciting. Some are easy to spot, others are hidden away in surprising hidey-holes. Commissioned by the Trust to mark the 21st Anniversary of the Green, the mosaics were designed and built by Sharon Cooper, a well-known garden designer from the village, and her team of village helpers. We found all except the woodpecker.
There is also a floor maze, football posts, trees to climb, some partly built dens, human sundial, wooden crocodile and lots of picnic benches. There is also a small pond with moorhens and mallard ducks and a short boardwalk around one side.
🗺 Address: 1 Oxford Rd, Kingston Bagpuize, OX13 5FZ
🚘 Free off side road parking
🚻 Toilet not available
🍕 No cafe or refreshments on site
🦽 Buggy accessible though terrain will be bumpy and can be muddy
🐕 Dogs not allowed
Watch the fun on video HERE
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