Hadleigh Park's Olympic Legacy

Cycle, ride or walk the site and enjoy the views

By Robert Hallmann

Malcolm Brown has taken some great photographs of the new Hadleigh Park mountain bike trail centre, The Hub, down by Sayers Farm. The home of the 2012 mountain bike Olympic Games has been open since the 29th April 2015. It has been converted as part of the Olympic Legacy and features a cafe, rangers' offices, children's play area, toilets, changing rooms and a community room. Bike hire and shop will be available from July 2015.

Cycle, walk or ride. Go and look for yourself before it gets too busy.

Photo:Hadleigh Park river view

Hadleigh Park river view

Malcolm Brown

Photo:The Hub buildings

The Hub buildings

Malcolm Brown

Photo:The Hub Bikeart Unit

The Hub Bikeart Unit

Malcolm Brown

Photo:The Hub Business Units

The Hub Business Units

Malcolm Brown

Photo:The Hub Office and Toilets

The Hub Office and Toilets

Malcolm Brown

Photo:Excellent facilities - The Hub Mens' Toilets

Excellent facilities - The Hub Mens' Toilets

Malcolm Brown

Photo:Hadleigh Park View to Sayers Farm

Hadleigh Park View to Sayers Farm

Malcolm Brown

Photo:Hadleigh Park view back to town centre

Hadleigh Park view back to town centre

Malcolm Brown

Photo:Hadleigh Park Camera Obscura (or a home for a Hobbit?)

Hadleigh Park Camera Obscura (or a home for a Hobbit?)

Malcolm Brown

Photo:Hadleigh Park Camera Obscura

Hadleigh Park Camera Obscura

Malcolm Brown

Photo:Hadleigh Park Blue(?) Lagoon Pond

Hadleigh Park Blue(?) Lagoon Pond

Malcolm Brown

Photo:The Hub Road Junction

The Hub Road Junction

Malcolm Brown

Photo:The Hub Car Park

The Hub Car Park

Malcolm Brown

This page was added by Robert Hallmann on 08/07/2015.
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