Roger Tuby’s Funfair Thursday 30th August to Sunday 2nd September
Locke Park Tower open on Sunday 2 September, from 2pm to 4pm,
Car boot sale – Saturday 15 September
Locke Park Tower opened by Friends of Locke Park on the first Sunday of each month, from 2pm to 4pm, weather permitting.
Barnsley parkrun each Saturday at 9am; junior parkrun each Sunday at 9am.
Locke Park Cafe open from 10am to 3pm each weekday; from 9am until 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays. May close in extreme weather. Open for longer in school holidays or really great weather!
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This year it will be held in Locke Park on the 15th July 2018, from 12.30 until 16.30.
There will be food, live music and activities from around the world.
Five a side football
World Board Games Cafe
International Sports Day
World Fashion Show
Friends of Locke Park are holding a car boot sale on Saturday 14 July from 8.30 am until 12.00 noon.
It’s in Locke Park near the car park off Keresforth Hall Road. Post Code S70 6NF.
Free admission for buyers.
Costs for sellers: £8 for car, small van or table; £12 for larger van size. Setting up from 7.30 am. No need to book.
No food stalls/vans. Please comply with the law re sales.
High-sided vehicles welcome. We will direct you from the car park entrance to the entrance to use.
All proceeds towards improvements in Locke Park
Our first car boot sale of the year – All funds raised go towards improvements to Locke Park.
Glorious weather – Thanks to everyone who came to our Car Boot Sale and for bearing with us when we were parking that number of cars – an all time record!
Free admission for buyers.
Costs for sellers: £8 for car size or table; £12 for larger van size; tbc. No need to book. No food stalls/vans. Stall holders from 7.30 am for setting up.Please note post code for Keresforth Hall Road entrance to Locke Park is: S70 6NF
We were pleased to see Tara at Locke Park Tower earlier this year. Here are the results:<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/232735189″>Face – choreography/ dancer, Tala Lee-Turton, film, Aaron Howell, music, Rudi Arapahoe</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/talaleeturton”>Tala Lee-Turton</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
The Friends of Locke Park Christmas event in Locke Park is an event for all the family; it’s a real community event with carols and music, planting pots with spring bulbs and putting together bird boxes to take home; tombola and raffle; craft stalls; enjoying mince pies, stolen and mulled wine; and an opportunity to meet Father Christmas.
There’s also pawsitive pooches’ fun dog show (entries £2) with categories: handsomest boy 14.00; best rescue 14.15; golden oldie 14.30; prettiest girl 14.45; and xmas doggy fancy dress 15.00. Plus opportunity to ‘have a go agility’.
See you there from 12 until 4 o’clock, Sunday 4 December.
We also plan to open Locke Park Tower from 2 pm until 4 pm.
From 8 until 12 noon. Going ahead. Weather forecast looks ok. Free admission for buyers. £8 for car or small van sellers; £12 for larger van. Open for sellers from 7am.
Thank you to everyone for your comments and feedback on our new Cafe. We are very excited to be open in time for summer and we are trying our best to make sure everyone has a good experience and is happy. We have taken on board all of your comments and will keep fine tuning our service and menu to suit – please bear with us during this settling in period!
Many thanks from the Cafe Team!
Barnsley parkrun is held each Saturday in Locke Park at 9 am; junior parkrun each Sunday at 9 am.
Its all free – organised by volunteers.
We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!
Please register on-line before your first run
It is entirely organised by volunteers – email If you want to help email: email@example.com.
We held the Locke Park car boot sale but the weather was against us. Let’s hope for better weather next time – in the Spring. We will let you know the possible dates once decided.
A great and very popular community event this Easter Sunday with an egg hunt and egg rolling on the hillside as well as facepainting, music and stalls. So popular that we ran out of eggs before the end. Sorry to anyone who missed out. But really enjoyable and the weather got better as the day went on. A record number of visitors to the Tower as well.
Friends of Locke Park have conducted a survey to get your views: what would you like to see in the park to help children and adults play and exercise. The initial survey is now closed.
We are now looking through the results and we will tell you want people think. After that, the next step will be to see what can be done.
Friends of Locke Park would like to hear about your memories of Locke Park and hear your ideas about its future. You can post them here by leaving a reply.