Park Gerry Improvement Consultation 

In June 2021, Camborne Town Council received the amazing news that they were successful in their application of £957,420 from Camborne Town Deal. This funding, plus an additional £150,000 from the Town Council/Section 106 has been sourced to support improvements to Park Gerry.

Park Gerry is a beautiful large green space in the Roskear area of Camborne (formerly known as Park Road Playing Fields). At the moment the space consists of three large fields, with some hedgerow & trees. Previously this space has been used for sport. Currently the space is used mainly for dog exercising. The aim is to create a free to use  'community green health corridor' which will provide a hub for activity and enjoying nature in one of Camborne's largest residential areas.  

Below are some very early concepts/ideas for what could be achieved with the funding. These designs have been sketched up by members of the Camborne Town Council Amenities Team and are based on feedback that comes from a community consultation held in 2019. Further designs will be developed in due course by professional architects, but the Town Council would like to check if initial ideas are what community members would like to see for the space.

Please take a look at the initial designs attached below and let us know your thoughts. The designs include the following possible installations: pathways, signage, wildflower meadows, a football pitch, multi-use games area, wheeled sports park, outdoor gym, changing rooms & toilets, carparking space, sensory/memorial garden. 

Your response to the survey below is incredibly valuable & will help shape the future of this green space. This consultation will close at midnight on Sunday 12th September.


Please feedback below:

When you visit parks like Park Gerry, who usually goes with you?
Overall, do you like the initial plans for improvements at Park Gerry?
What do you feel are the best features of the initial design idea? (tick as many as you like)
Is there anything you feel strongly we should not improve/provide at Park Gerry?