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This is an area of open space for recreational use. It is open 08:30am until 1/2 hour after street lighting up time
for parking and team activities. Pedestrian access at other times..
No motorcycles, mopeds or vehicles allowed beyond the car park without written authorisation.
The lower (north eastern) end of the Recreation Ground is left as a wildlife area with wandering, mown paths. There are benches around the Recreation Ground perimiter.
- A gravel car park,
- A fully featured pavilion (changing rooms/showers for two teams) with kitchen and referee/umpire rooms,
- several football pitches of both adult and youth sizes. These are used by Comberton United and Comberton Crusaders football clubs respectively,
- a cricket pitch used by Comberton Cricket Club ,
- a Bowls Ground,
- a Skateboard Park,
- a state of art set of (adult) exercise / fitness equipment,
- a state of the art Adventure Playground (click here for more info, pictures and drone videos),
- an enclosed play sandpit for use by toddlers,
- a table tennis table,
- a meeting hub,
- several benches,
- several dog bins,
- and soon a picnic table.
There is a hard tarmac path from the main entrance up to the adventure playground and rear entrance to the Meridian Primary school, part of the Safer Route to Schools initiative.
Defibrillator installed at the Rec
The Parish Council has invested in providing a Defibrillator for use on the Recreation Ground and by the wider community.
It is installed at the south east corner of the pavilion at the far end of the car park.
It is visible at night as it has a green homing light.
If you have someone with or suspecting having had a cardiac arrest, you will need a mobile phone to call 999 and ask for the ambulance service, call for an ambulance and ask for the Defibrillator cabinet unlock code. The Ambulance service will talk you through unlocking the cabinet and deploying the device.
When applied to the victim, voice commands, and screen messages will guide the user step-by-step through the process and its intelligent technology will only allow it to shock a ‘shockable’ heart rhythm.
IF someone has a cardiac arrest away from the Rec the ambulance service may let you know its location and ask if you would be happy to get and use it.
If you would like to donate to the The Community Heartbeat Trust Charity, who assisted in the device provision and installation, then please donate to them here