Town Meadow is a small but welcoming urban park in the heart of the village of Tottington. At the front running parallel with the main road is a memorial garden with seating areas and attractive seasonal floral displays. The park is known to some as 'Towns Meadow', but the correct name is actually 'Town Meadow'. The park has an array of facilities which are widely used by local people from the village. Located approximately three miles away from Bury town centre, the park is close to the Kirklees Nature Trail and a number of fishing lodges.
Access to Town Meadow Park can be gained via the main entrance on Laurel Street or by alternative entrances on Market Street (at the side of the Library and the War Memorial), from Old Towns Close or from South Royd Street.
The park is fairly level throughout with well-maintained footways and is, therefore, accessible to people with disabilities and families with push-chairs.
There are two main bus routes that pass near to the park - numbers 480 and 481.
Crown green bowling pavilion and green. For more information see 'More about parks' on the right of this page.