Alderman Tommy Patton Memorial Park, in east Belfast, is also commonly known as Inverary Playing Fields. The park, which is named after a local councillor, offers sports facilities, including a bowling green and pitches, and a children's playground. For wildlife enthusiasts, there are woodland trails and, in early summer, an abundance of wildflowers.
The park also has an aeromodelling area and a species rich grassland.
Our parks remain open during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic except Bridges Urban Sports Park. This park is closed.
If visiting your local park, you must follow social distancing guidance.
Orangefield Park and Victoria Park are open 24/7. The rest of our parks open at 7.30am and close at the following times throughout the year.
If a park contains a 3G pitch, park gates may remain open while the pitches are booked for play. Users must leave the park promptly after play finishes on the 3G pitches as the park gates will be locked within 15 minutes.
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Enter the park at Holywood Road or Inverary Avenue. If you are travelling by bus, take Metro no. 3 or 28 from Belfast city centre.
028 9049 1813 or 07820 187203 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm only) Email