Opening Hours

The park is open dawn to dusk, all year round.

Facilities and things to do

  • two tennis courts (court booking available)
  • children’s play area
  • recreational activities such as dog walking
  • five-a-side football pitch
  • picnic site
  • birdwatching
  • mature trees
  • cricket pitch and pavilion (currently not in use, for details on how to use it contact the email at the bottom of this page)
  • Measured Mile Scheme

Reasons to visit

Torr Park lies within the Eastham Village Conservation Area, which recognises the significance of the village’s special architectural heritage and historical heritage.

The park was founded in 1927 to provide the people of Eastham village with a recreational space to enjoy. This idea continues today, with a children’s play area, fitness park and plenty of space for recreational activities such as dog walking or playing football.

Related information

Accessibility for people with disabilities

There is a well surfaced path between the two entrances to the park, encompassing the children’s play area. Seating is located inside the play area and surrounding it. The remainder of the site has no surfaced paths, but remains flat throughout.

Address

Torr Park
Eastham Village Road
Eastham
Wirral
CH62 0BN

Email: jameslocke@wirral.gov.uk