Which green space is Norfolk’s best park?
- Credit: Ian Burt
Nine of Norfolk's green spaces, some big and some small, are battling it out to be named the UK's best park. But which one is your favourite?
• Catton Park, Old Catton, near Norwich
The Grade II registered park was awarded Green Flag status this year for its community contribution.
• Earlham Park, near Norwich
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An open grassed area which rolls down to the River Yare it boasts a cafe with caters for walkers and their doggy companions.
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• Eaton Park, near Norwich
There is plenty to do at the 80 acre park which has a lily pond, boating pavilion and boat pond and bandstand.
• King's Head Meadow Park, Wymondham
The space is used for football matches and sees families from across the town use its play park.
• Lynnsport Leisure Park, King's Lynn
Situated in 72 acres of parkland it helps maintains the connection between nature and child.
• Starston Glebe Meadow, near Harleston
The two-acre meadow was bought by the village for all to enjoy. Bat and brid boxes and beehives have been installed.
• The Walks, King's Lynn
It is a Grade II listed urban park of 42 acres. It is home to a 15th century chapel known as the Red Mount.
• Train Wood, Norwich
A community asset, it consists of wet and dry woodland at the start of The Marriott's Way, which was once a railway line the route.
• Willows Nature Reserve, Downham Market
A quiet haven from surrounding developments, it offers a place to sit and enjoy nature.
The UK's Best Park award is organised by the charity Fields in Trust.
The nine Norfolk parks are part of 360 nominated across the UK. The closing date for voting is Friday, November 3.
For more information and to vote visit Fields in Trust