Victoria Park is situated within a mile of the town centre in the St James district of Victoria Park. A quiet retreat from the busy roads around it, this open space covers about 16 acres.
Half of the park was gifted to the town by the Earl Spencer in 1898, which makes it the second oldest designated park in Northampton.
The other 8 acres were purchased from the Earl in 1910 and 1911.
In 2007 the park was upgraded as part of a major regeneration project. New play equipment, lighting, landscaping, footpaths, park furniture and Youth facilities have all given Victoria Park a new lease of life.
St James' Park Road
How the park is managed
Victoria Park Management Committee brings together key stakeholders and representatives with an interest in the park, to work in partnership to manage the park and plan for its future.
To contact your park management committee, email [email protected].
Last updated 01 April 2022