Hemel Hempstead's Gadebridge Splash Park to reopen

Gadebridge Park sits between Hemel Hempstead Old Town and the Leighton Buzzard Road

By Holly Patel
Friday, 11th June 2021, 1:56 pm

Gadebridge Splash Park in Hemel Hempstead will be re-opening next week.

The splash park will re-open on Monday, June 14, there will be some changes, in line with current Covid-19 restrictions.

Sessions must be booked in advance for a maximum of 4 people per booking - this does not include spectators, only those who will be using the splash pad.

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Gadebridge Splash Park

To book a session for next week click here, you will need to show your booking confirmation email upon entry.

Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, the splash park will be open each day for three two-hour sessions, with a maximum capacity of 30 people per session.

Sessions will run every day from:

> 9am till 11am

> 12pm till 2pm

> 3pm till 5pm.

An hour break between each session has been scheduled to allow for essential cleaning.

The council's splash park remains free to use. Visitors will be required to sanitise their hands upon entry and should remind themselves of the splash park rules on the council's website before visiting.

Booking guidelines are subject to change, as the guidance on restrictions is updated. More sessions will be released next week, if required.