Manor Green Park Sensory Garden
Manor Green Park Sensory Garden
Manor Green Park, Selsey
Manor Green Park
Bridge over a dry stream in Manor Green Park
The Sensory Garden in Manor Green Park
Play equipment at Manor Green Park, Selsey
Manor Green Park
Fenced dog run at Manor Park, Selsey
Dog run at Manor Park
Fibregalss seal painted with imagery to celebrate Selsey's Pavillion and the early 20th Century performer Sophie Tucker. Designed by Freya Kate Betteridge with the seal's head added by Pamela Howard OBE
Selsey Pavillion Seal. Designed by Freya Kate Betteridge with the seal's head added by Pamela Howard OBE

Manor Green Park

What's Here

Manor Green Park, located towards the north of Selsey, is a popular open space with a variety of facilities for you to explore and enjoy.

A mixture of close mown grass and wild meadow, a sensory garden, a fenced dog walking space, plenty of play equipment for toddlers to teenagers and room for young people to run around and enjoy. This park is a space for all the family.

If you are looking for some peace, the Sensory Garden area of Manor Green Park is perfect to wander or sit in. Here you can find tranquility among the solar powered water feature with its soothing sound of trickling water and an abundance of plants designed to engage all senses including touch and smell. Follow the dry riverbed over the bridge and watch the strong planting scheme sway in the breeze to relax the mind, body and soul. This serene spot is ideal for relaxation.

The park also offers a wildflower meadow with a good variety of plant species to attract insects and other animals, significant tree cover and a rain garden, although this might be hard to spot during dry spells.

For the more energetic among you, the fenced off section containing play equipment is perfect for young children with seating for parents to keep a watchful eye. Older children, including teenagers, can take full advantage of the more advanced play equipment or the two goal mouths for a lively game of football. 

At the front of the park, by the Selsey Centre, you can find the first of the seals on the Selsey Seal Art Trail. This trail was funded by a public arts grant and created to promote the exploration of Selsey and it's rich culture, heritage and natural habitats. The seal found in Manor Green Park is designed by Chichester College art student Freya Kate Betteridge with it's dinstinctive head added by Pamela Howard OBE. It celebrates the Selsey Pavillion which can be found in the High Street and the early 20th Century Performer Sophie Tucker who trod the boards there.

Disabled Access

There are accessible paths around Manor Green Park.


With two different areas of play equipment and a large green space complete with two football goals, Manor Green Park makes the perfect location for family fun.

Dog Friendly

You can find a designated dog walking area, fenced off for your four-legged friends’ safety and enjoyment. Please keep them on the lead when you are walking in the main park. It is an offence not to pick up after your dog. There are dog waste bins dotted around the area so please pick up after your furry friend.

Picnic Spot

With benches dotted around and plenty of green space to lay down a blanket, don't forget to bring your picnic to Manor Green Park.

Public Transport

Take the bus and pop through the twitten from Chichester Road

Cycle Friendly

You can cycle to Manor Green Park