Scott Park Patchway

Norman Scott Park, Coniston Road, Patchway, South Gloucestershire, BS34 5JR


Running distance: 1 km

About this run route

Start / Finish

Main entrance to the park

The route follows the perimeter of the park on a newly laid tarmac path, which is mainly flat and suitable for wheelchairs or buggies.  The distance is 1 kilometre, marked with posts at 100 metre intervals.  There is an information sign and map at the entrance to the park.

You may wish to:

(a) Jog or run to the first post and walk to the next one etc.

(b) Alternate running fast for 200m or more with slower, recovery jogs

(c) Progress to walking or running more laps at your chosen pace

It’s up to you!

Patchway Town Council owns and maintains Norman Scott Park, which is named after the first Chairman of the Council. In 2013 the park was registered as a Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Field. The park has a children’s play area with accessible equipment, a floodlit skateboard area, a picnic area, copses planted for wildlife as well as three football pitches, a cricket pitch and a floodlit, hard court. Changing facilities are provided for sports use in the pavilion on the left of the main entrance.

Please note:

The layout and usage of the marked 3-2-1 running routes is the responsibility of the local authority or further education establishment that purchases the route marking signs and usual health and safety and duty of care considerations should be followed in laying out open, even-surfaced, easy-to-follow, safe, accurate, well lit routes at all times - with the landowner’s permission. RunTogether will not provide materials with which to attach the markers.