Bishops Park splash pad re-opens in Fulham

The Bishops Park splash pad in Fulham has re-opened for the summer while repair works at the Ravenscourt Park paddling pool in Hammersmith continue.

Two children playing in the water at Bishops Park's splash pad

Update 14 June: The Ravenscourt Park paddling pool is currently closed due to ongoing repair issues. Our contractors expect it to be fully repaired and opened on Friday 28 June. Many thanks for your patience.

The Bishops Park splash pad in Fulham has re-opened for the summer after repair work was completed.

The large splash pad with three sets of water jets and a long sandy beach area are now accessible to the public.

Located in the middle of the park between the lake and the skate bowl, it is open from 10am to 6pm every day.

Bishops Park was created in 1893 from land around Fulham Palace – a green space right next to the River Thames.

One of the borough's most popular and well-used parks, it is listed as Grade II in English Heritage’s Register of Parks and Gardens of special historic interest in England.

The park also includes playground areas, sports facilities and gardens.

More information on Bishops Park including its facilities and opening hours can be found here.

Children playing at Bishops Park's splash pad

Ravenscourt Park paddling pool

In Hammersmith, the Ravenscourt Park paddling pool remains closed due to ongoing repair work.

Our contractors expect it to be fully repaired and open on Friday 28 June.

We apologise for the inconvenience.

More information on Ravenscourt Park including its facilities and opening hours can be found here.

Both the Fulham and Hammersmith water play areas are set to shut for the season in September. Watch this space for details.

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