Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park

Sunnydale Park
Sunnydale Park
Sunnydale Park
Sunnydale Park
Sunnydale Park

Cuttle Brook Flood Alleviation works at Sunnydale Park

In order to carry out the Cuttle Brook flood alleviation works and keep the public safe, it will be necessary to close some areas of Sunnydale Park and some of the footpaths through the park.

  • The footpath between Rosemond’s Rise and Nevinson Drive will be closed from Mon 2 Aug 2021 until mid-December. A diversion route will be signposted around the works.
  • The area of the park between Rosamond’s Rise and Nevinson Drive will be closed including the playing field and Cricket Pitch between Wilson Avenue and Nevinson Drive.
  • Access to the play area will be maintained during August if it is safe to do so. The play area can be accessed from Pegwell Close, Summer Wood court, and Shear Water Close.

View a map of diversion routes around the park here.

We understand that closing such a large area of the park is not ideal at this time of year, however it is important that the works are carried out during the dryer parts of the year to protect the brook course and to ensure that the construction vehicles do not damage the park unduly. 

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) updates 

Respect other people and the measures that local authorities and site management have put in place to help ensure social distancing and protect the natural environment.

Sunnydale Park is a Local Nature Reserve located in Blagreaves ward of Derby. 

The site, locally known as 7 fields, is a linear park which stretches from Blagreaves Lane to Rosamond’s Ride. The site covers 13.2 hectare and consists of a variety of habitats: semi-natural woodland, grassland, has a number of ponds, including a large balancing pond which the Cuttlebrook steam runs into and through.

Sunnydale Park has been awarded Green Flag status. The award recognises and rewards the best parks and green spaces across the country. A Green Flag flying overhead is a sign to the public that the space boasts the highest possible standards, is beautifully maintained and has excellent facilities.

Friends of Littleover Parks

Friends of Littleover Parks work within the 8 parks and open spaces across Littleover, Blagreaves and Heatherton.   As part of their work, they hold a work party on Sunnydale Park every first Saturday in the month.  Their aim is to maintain and improve the Parks in Littleover for the enjoyment of the local people and for biodiversity.

To find out about Friends of Littleover Parks and how you can get involved, visit the Friends of Littleover Parks website.