I frequently visit Brampton Park with my husband and family members, and our dog usually accompanies us too. The park is very close to where I live. It’s a beautiful place and the gardens are always kept immaculate. There is a rose garden and a sensory garden too. The park is very popular with families, couples and all age groups. There is a museum, aviary, children’s play areas, sandpit for the little ones to play in and a miniature railway, best to check info online for train running/opening times. You can even find an indoor play area at the park called Cheeky Monkeys, which can be accessed inside the cafe. The cafe is licensed. There are plenty of benches situated around the park, so always somewhere to sit and relax there after a walk. Plenty of open space for picnics, ball games, dog walking . There are sculptures and one is entitled ‘The Lady in the Park’ and she is sitting on a bench reading a note signed by the Secretary of State for War, it’s a memorial to women in Newcastle-under-Lyme who lost husbands, sons, friends in the first world war and other conflicts. There is an excellent cafe in the park and plenty of seating is available indoors and outside the cafe. Toilet facilities are available in the museum and in the cafe. Free parking is available on site, but disabled parking is minimal. Most of the park is disabled friendly for people with mobility problems, as it is quite flat.