The park is used by locals for a range of leisure activities including football, basketball and skating.
- Pavilion - predominately used by the Football Club who have two laid out pitches, four changing areas, referees changing room, hospitality area
- Community building : indoor sports; coffee shop; meeting rooms; outdoor seating area
- Tennis Courts
- MUGA – Multi Use Games area – offering basketball/netball/hockey areas as lineated
- LEAP - Locally Equipped Area of Play
In these byelaws ‘the Council’ means the Parish Council of Clanfield and the ‘the ground’ means the recreation ground known as Peel Park ‘designated area means an area in the ground which is set aside for a specified purpose ‘invalid carriage’ means a vehicle, whether mechanically propelled or not,
- Designated Area
a. the unladen weight of which does not exceed 150 kilograms,
b. the width of which does not exceed 0.85 metres and
c. which has been constructed or adapted for use for the carriage of a person suffering from a disability, and used solely by such a person.
2. These byelaws apply to Peel Park, Clanfield.
3. No person shall not cause or permit any dog belonging to him or in his charge to enter or remain in the ground. Provided that this byelaw shall not apply to any dog in the charge of a blind person.
Protection of Structures and Plants
4. (1) No person shall without reasonable excuse remove from or displace within the ground:
a. any barrier, post, seat or implement, or any part of a structure or ornament provided for use in the laying out or maintenance of the ground; or
b. any stone, soil or turf or any part of any plant, shrub or tree.
(2) No person shall walk on or ride, drive or station a horse or any vehicle over;
a. any flower bed shrub or plant;
b. any ground in the course or preparation as a flower bed or for the growth of any tree, shrub or plant;
c. any part of the grounds set aside by the Council for the renovation of turf or for other landscaping purposes and indicated by a notice conspicuously displayed.
Unauthorised erection of Structures
5. No person shall without the consent of the council erect any barrier, post, ride or swing, building or any other structure.
6. No person shall without the consent of the Council turn out or permit any animal for which he is responsible to graze in the ground.
Protection of Wildlife
7. No person shall, without the consent of the Council kill, injure, take or disturb any animal or engage in hunting or shooting, or the setting of traps or nets or the laying of snares.
Camping and Fires
8. No person shall erect a tent or use a vehicle, caravan or any other structure for the purpose of camping.
9. No person shall light a fire or place, throw or drop a lighted match or any other thing likely to cause a fire. (Except any event at which the Council has given permission that fires may be lit)
10. No person shall throw or use any device to propel or discharge in the ground any object which is liable to cause injury to any other person.
Horses, Cycles and Vehicles
11. No person shall ride a horse except in the exercise of a lawful right or privilege
12. No person shall without reasonable excuse ride a cycle in the ground except in any part of the ground where there is a designated area for cycling
13. No person shall without reasonable excuse bring into or drive in the ground a motor cycle, motor vehicle or trailer except in any part of the ground where there is a right of way for that type of vehicle.
14. No person shall without the consent of the Council leave or permit to be left any motor cycle motor vehicle, or trailer in the ground between the hours of 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.
Play Areas Games and Sports
15. No person aged 14 years or over shall use any apparatus stated to be for the exclusive use of persons under the age of 14 years by a notice conspicuously displayed on or near the apparatus
16. No person shall skate, slide or ride on rollers, skateboards or other self propelled vehicles except in the designated area for such activities.
17. No person shall play ball games in the ground except in a designated area for playing ball games
18. No person shall play ball games outside a designated area for playing ball games in such a manner:
a. as to exclude persons not playing ball games from the use of that part
b as to cause danger or give reasonable grounds for annoyance to any other person in the grounds; or
c. which is likely to cause damage to any tree, shrub or plant in the ground
19. No person shall throw or strike a cricket ball in the ground.
20. No person shall engage in the sport of archery except in connection with an event organised by or held with the consent of the Council
21. No person shall throw or put any javelin, hammer, discus or shot except in connection with an event organised by or held with the consent of the Council.
22. No person shall drive, chip or pitch a hard golf ball.
23. No person shall cause any power driven or radio controlled model aircraft to:
a. take off or otherwise be released for flight, or control the flight of such an aircraft in the ground or
b. land in the ground without reasonable excuse.
24. No person shall without the consent of the Council provide or offer to provide any service for which a charge is made.
Excessive Noise, Public Shows and Performances
25. (1) No person shall, after being requested to desist by any other person in the grounds:
a. by shouting or singing;
b. by playing on a musical instrument;
c. by operating or permitting to be operated any radio, amplifier, tape recorder or similar device, make or permit to be made any noise which is so loud or so continuous or repeated as to give reasonable cause for annoyance to other persons in the ground.
(2) Byelaw 24 (1) shall not apply to any person holding or taking part in any entertainment held with the consent of the Council.
26. No person shall without the consent of the Council hold or take part in any public show or performance.
Aircraft, Hang Gliders hot air balloons and kites
27. No person shall except in the case of emergency or with the consent of the Council take off from or land in the ground in an aircraft, helicopter, hang glider or hot air balloon.
28. No person shall fly a kite in such a manner as to cause danger or give reasonable grounds for annoyance to any other person.
29. No person shall without the consent of the Council use any device designed or adapted for detecting or locating any metal or mineral in the ground.
30. No person shall –
a. obstruct any officer of the council in the proper execution of his duties;
b. obstruct any person carrying out an act which is necessarily to the proper execution of any contract with the Council; or
c. obstruct any person in the proper use of the ground.
31. It shall be an offence under these byelaws for an officer of the council or any person acting in accordance
with a contract with the Council to do anything necessary to the proper execution of his duty.
32. Nothing done in or under these byelaws shall in any respect prejudice or injuriously affect any public
right of way through the ground, or the rights of any person acting lawfully by virtue of some estate, right or
interest in, over or affecting the ground or any part of the ground.
33. Any person offending against any of these byelaws may be removed from the ground by an officer of the
council or a constable.
34. Any person offending against these byelaws shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding
level 2 on the standard scale.
35. The byelaws made by Clanfield Parish Council and confirmed by the office of the Secretary of State on
13thDay of August 1986 are hereby revoked.