About Burrow's Field
Burrow's Field is around 6.3 hectares of open space in Leckhampton. It's the home ground of Cheltenham’s largest youth and minis football club Leckhampton Rovers, and also the Broadlands pre-school play group.
- 4 adult size football pitches
- 2 cricket squares
- a pavilion
- a BMX pump track
- a playground
- refreshment outlet
- car park
Burrow's playing field is popular with dog walkers and ramblers and has good links to public rights of way, and the wider countryside.
The main entrance to the park is at the end of Moorend Grove, Leckhampton, Cheltenham GL53 0HA, where you'll also find a small car park.
In 1930 the nearby fields of Moorend Grove became a staff sports ground for the thriving co-operative publishing firm founded by local etcher, artist and archaeologist Edward J Burrow. The playing field was later acquired by the council for public sporting use.