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Welcome to Grovelands Park
Grovelands Park, 'the jewel in the crown of the parks' in the Borough of Enfield, North London. A Green Flag heritage oasis of tranquility nestled in suburbia. Open all year round with something for everybody to enjoy.
Grovelands Park, ‘the jewel in the crown of the parks’ in the Borough of Enfield, North London. A Green Flag heritage oasis of tranquility nestled in suburbia. Open all year round with something for everybody to enjoy.
On April 12th 1913 the Lord Mayor of London officially opened Grovelands Park to the public. Since then the grounds of the Nash designed house, which were landscaped by Repton, have been a playground for generations.
Parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world. They are open to everyone, free, and are safe and easy to take part in. These events take place in pleasant parkland surroundings and we encourage people of every ability
The FOGP hold regular meetings at the Kings Head to which all are welcome. Please see the link above or see notices on the park gates for details. N.B. For the duration of the Coronavirus restrictions all future meetings have
Our walks will now be held in Grovelands Park on the first Thursday of every month at 10am. Please feel free to join us. The walks aim to bring like minded people together and support parents in getting out of
At last a new boardwalk over the mud In this past wet winter the ground in many places was churned up by the huge extra footfall and where possible we persuaded the Park workers to put down wood chips re-cycled
Dinosaurs are coming From July 24th to August 10th the woods of Grovelands Park will be taken back in time to the Ice Age with an invasion of Dinosaurs. Jurassic Encounter a fun educational event will take place featuring animatronic
Over the last few months the Friends of Grovelands Park have applied to the Mayor of London fund for a grant to create a wildlife pond in the boggy area that has been cleared up stream from the Branscombe Bridge.