Popular food and drink kiosk reopens in Crawley’s oldest park

A food and drink kiosk has reopened at Goffs Park with a new offering of refreshments that park visitors can enjoy.

The ‘Cuppa-love’ kiosk offers a range of hot and cold drinks, as well as ice creams and toasted waffles.

The kiosk is run by concessioner Simon Trussell and is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am-6pm.

Visitors can also enjoy the Pitch and Putt course, which has reopened. The course is free to play until the end of September. People are encouraged to bring their own clubs and equipment, although clubs can be hired out.

Crawley Borough Council's Goffs Park Pitch and Putt. L-R, Christian Threader, Chris Mullins, Yasmin Khan, Simon Trussell, Bob Noyce and Dave Rayner (Pic by Jon Rigby)

Chris Mullins, cabinet member for wellbeing at Crawley Borough Council said: “The new kiosk will give the visitors of the park a place to relax and enjoy some food or drink. They can also have fun on the Pitch and Putt course.

“Goffs Park is the oldest park in Crawley. It is the perfect place for a day out during the summer holidays.”

Find out more at: crawley.gov.uk/goffspark