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Albert Rd, London E10 9BF, UK – 020 8099 1626
N Circular Rd, Walthamstow, London E17 4BU, UK – 020 8099 1626
Lee Valley Park, Spring Hill, London E5 9BL, UK – 020 8806 1717
One of those lovely places that rekindles your love of East London - nestled neatly on the River Lea is a strong community of boat lovers. Situated just across the water from Springfield Park, the marina is a breath of fresh air, surrounded by nature, water and relaxed vibes
Private marina with many privately owned boats. You can buy gas, coal etc here, and there are pump out facilities and water. To use the water or the elsan you have to spend a certain amount in the chandlery. Various boat works also offered. Find it with the 3 order address: ///cares.buddy.treat
2 Bushwood, London E11 3AY, UK – 020 8496 3000
Nice quiet small park with good kid's playground. Good suntrap but could do with more benches with backs.
Henry Reynolds Gardens AKA Green Man Park. Ive come here all my life. I love it here. 2 separate play areas. A basketball ring. Greenery . Trees. Berry bushes.and a cycle track that goes around the park. There are trees that have been converted to provide extra seating to addition the park chairs that are dotted about in convienent areas all over this park. Access is good. One from the High Road and one from Bushwood Road. On a nice sunny day kids from all over Leytonstone will come and play here the atmosphere is fun and there are always responsible adults here with their children. A fun place for all ages. Come here and enjoy.
13 Buckingham Rd, London E10 5NG, UK – 020 8496 3000
Lovely garden. Always well maintained. We've been here few times for picnic and especially to play in the little toddlers maze. Really nice little maze for little ones. Adults can see over the maze so it's safe to keep an eye on your little while he or she has fun finding their way around or getting lost. Big park considering it's in the middle of the high road. Lots of seating and even a band stand area in case it rains or if their is a function on. Plus there is a s mall pond with a few fish. And somewhere there is a park keeper keeping and eye out.
Gardens next to Leyton Orient football ground. Nice memorial to Orient footballers who died in WW1. Also memorial to Laurie Cunningham , x Orient and the first black player to play for Real Madrid. The park itself small but pleasant enough.Benches need renewing and the odd alcoholics use it for drink and drugs.
Forest Rd, Walthamstow, London E17 4PP, UK – 020 8496 4390
This is such a beautiful park. It's our local park and we visit almost weekly. There are open fields to run around (or run your kids or dogs on!), a great and very popular children's playground, and a nice little Cafe that does good tea and coffee and ice creams. The William Morris gallery is in the park too and is open Wednesday to Sunday and definitely will worth a visit.
Very good location for sport in the park, there are some fitness stuff and they work surprisingly good. I use to go every evening before a couple of years. A lot of flowers and a nice lake with ducks and another birds. Good opening times.
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