Micro-park network & arts trail
The stories and history of Manor Royal will be used by artists to create a trail of micro-parks forming a network of improved facilities, seating, outdoor meeting spaces, public realm, wayfinding and a stronger sense of place using details of the products, places and people that have made and make Manor Royal what it is.
New micro-park sites coming to you!!
The importance of good outdoor space has never been so prevalent with the current pandemic. Manor Royal BID are delighted to have selected artists Dallas-Pierce-Quintero to work in partnership with Manor Royal BID and Allen Scott Landscape Architects to take forward an exciting new development on the following sites:
These sites will form a series of connected 8 micro-parks across Manor Royal, providing a network of improved facilities including seating and outdoor meeting spaces, whilst telling the story of Manor Royal, it's history and the people who have made it what it is today.
We'd love to hear from you. What would you like to see here? How would you like it to look? Have your say and help inform the development of these areas. email@example.com
Keep posted for further developments..........
Trails Site Map
Manor Royal Pictorial History Timeline
Site observations and concepts
- Metcalf Way / County Oak Way
- Fleming Way
- Rutherford Way / Gatwick Road
- Rutherford Way / Priestley Way
- Crawter's Brook
- Woolborough Lane
- Manor Royal Central
- Manor Royal West
Manor Royal Narrative and Trail Strategy - Read it now (14Mb)
Read some of the stories, feelings and history of the Manor Royal Buisness District. See what Manor Royal once was and how it now is. Understand how and where we might create the trail of micro-parks around Manor Royal and how we intend to engage artists to help us create it.
Getting in touch
If you are a business, employee (past or present) or a member of the public with a photos or a Manor Royal story to share (however big or small) please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported by The Arts Council
Our thanks to the Arts Council of England who are supporting this project by the award of a Lottery Grant.