Welcome to Cherry Burton Sportsfield


The Sportsfield is a community based facility for local residents situated off ‘The Meadows’ in Cherry Burton, East Yorkshire. See our map page for a guide to where we are.


The facilities consist of

  • Three all weather tennis courts.
  • Multi-Use-Games-Area (MUGA).
  • Three football pitches.
  • Cricket Square.
  • Pavilion with 3 changing rooms, showers, lounge and toilets.
  • Scout and Guide area
  • Outdoor gym
  • Defibrillator

The Sportsfield is not just for sports but a place to walk, meet with friends, picnic and have fun but in the interests of hygiene dogs are not permitted on the field.

Parking is available as you enter the Sportsfield with disabled access from the car park to the MUGA and the tennis courts.


Latest News

Charity tennis marathon – 21st April 2018

Cherry Burton team player Pete Bridgewater played a 24 hour tennis match to raise money for Sport Relief.

The match was played under normal tennis rules, with the only breaks being 90 seconds at changes of ends and 2 minutes at the end of sets, plus a comfort break if needed every 3 sets.

Across the 24 hours, Pete played 12 different opponents in 2 hour slots. Pete somehow managed to beat 10 of the opponents, drawing one and losing / drawing one – he was 1 set all, but his opponent Tom was up in the third set, so Pete says he can have that one! The overall score was 36 sets to Pete, and 2 sets to the opponents which is an incredible effort and display of his competitiveness!

Money is still being collected in, however currently Pete has managed to raise over £1200.00 for Sport Relief – a truly amazing accomplishment.

Pete has said: “Thank you to everyone for coming down and supporting, and for all the kind donations. The response has been phenomenal and to raise so much money for Sport Relief has made a very mentally and physically demanding challenge; completely worth it. I would also like to thank my opponents, as well as Cherry Burton Tennis club and sports field committee for allowing me to play the match at Cherry Burton, where I play my team matches. The facilities here are great and they do an excellent job at maintaining them. Although I won’t be rushing to do the event again, I will always look to set up and take part in challenges to raise money for charities.”

If you are interested in getting involved in tennis, then email the tennis club at cherryburtontennisclub@hotmail.co.uk

Tennis Open Day – 14th April 2018

Try tennis with FREE coaching at the Open Day on the 14th April. For more details see the leaflet here.

30th March 2018 – Owl boxes installed

In order to increase the likely hood of getting barn owls nesting at the Sportsfield we are advised that having two nest boxes in the near vicinity of each other improves the likely hood that one of them will get used.
HMP Humber have built a barn owl box for us and we are grateful to Bishop Burton College for erecting a platform on which the nest box will stand
We will keep you updated if we are successful in attracting a nesting pair of barn owls.

Cherry Burton Sportsfield Celebrates National Bird Box Week

14th Feb to 21st Feb 2018

The Cherry Burton Sportsfield Committee are delighted to be involved with National Bird Box week.

Bishop Burton College surveyed the site and, in conjunction with HMP Humber who supplied 24 small bird boxes plus a barn owl box, a team of students arrived on site and erected the nest boxes in the most appropriate positions.

Different designs of boxes have been erected to attract different species of small birds. The College will regularly revisit the site to record the occupancy and species of the birds using the boxes. We will report their findings later in the year.

Wild Flowers

We are now benefiting from the bluebells and snowdrops planted in the woodland in 2017 .This year we have ordered additional English bluebells and cowslips, these will be planted in the spring to flower in 2019.

Cherry Burton Parish Council website

Cherry Burton parish council now has a website with the latest news and information about the village. See
www.cherryburtonparishcouncil.org.uk for more.