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Go Parks

Go parks

What is Go Parks?

Go Parks is a project giving the residents of Coventry new and exciting ways to use parks and greenspaces in the city. Go Parks will bring everything from sport and physical activity to wellbeing and cultural elements into your local park.

With an increasing number of people now using parks and greenspaces for activity as a result of COVID-19, we’re promoting ways to be active in parks that are fun, simple and safe.

Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge

The Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge - City of Culture Special has now ended. Thank you to everyone who took part.

The results are as follows:

Starley category 

  • 1st – St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School 
  • 2nd – Howes Primary School 
  • 3rd - Longford Park Primary School 

Leofric category 

  • 1st – Park Hill Primary School 
  • 2nd – Pearl Hyde Community Primary School 
  • 3rd – St. Thomas More Catholic Primary School 

Godiva category 

  • 1st – Coundon Primary School 
  • 2nd – Ernesford Grange Primary School 
  • 3rd – Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School  

Whittle category

  • The Westwood Academy 
  • 2nd – Ernesford Grange School and Community College 
  • 3rd - Coundon Court School and Community College 

Mercia category

  • 1st – Sherbourne Fields School 
  • 2nd – Riverbank Academy 
  • 3rd – Baginton Fields School  

Stay up-to-date with future Go Parks news on the Coventry Sport FacebookTwitter and Instagram

Download your personalisable Go Parks certificate

Watch February's Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge highlights video on YouTube or view the transcript.


Get the best out of the outdoor gym equipment

Would you like a free virtual workout using outdoor gym equipment?

Look out for similar posters to the below near the fitness equipment and scan the QR code to watch a free online workout video with a local personal trainer. The work-outs are adaptable and suited to all levels and abilities.

Stoke Heath Park equipment is set up and ready for you to scan the QR code and enjoy your virtual workout. More virtual workouts will be coming soon to Quinton Park, Caludon Castle Park and Edgwick Park.

So why not go to your local park, hop on the gym equipment, and get moving!

How to get involved

Do you have an idea for delivering an activity in your local park? Are you part of a club, team or organisation and want help to provide alternative classes and sport that currently can’t use indoor facilities?

For further information, please contact [email protected].

Go Parks virtual workout

Coventry Sport

Email: [email protected]

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