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New play area
Millfields Park is made up of three large open spaces around Lea Bridge and Chatsworth Road framed by avenues of mature plane and elm trees. The Lea Navigation borders the park and links it to Springfield Park to the north and Hackney Marshes to the south.
We’ve invested around £700,000 in Millfields Park. We’ve improved the pathways, walls and sport surfaces, renewed the play area, removed railings, remodelled the entrances, and are are replacing the park furniture, upgrading the toilets and working to maintain the trees.
Outdoor childcare sessions with Free Range Urban Kids
Free Range Urban Kids are an Ofsted registered forest school who offer a forest kindergarten for children aged 3 to 7 years, from 9.15am to 3.15pm Monday to Friday during term time. They also offer holiday clubs for 5 to 8 year olds, after school clubs for 5 to 8 year olds and a stay and play for parents / carers and toddlers from 2 to 3 years old.
Children can hunt for bugs, climb trees, build dens, follow nature trails and explore the flora and fauna of South Millfields Park and the neighbouring natural areas.
Booking courts and pitches
Millfields Park is licensed for plays, showing films, live music, recorded music and dance performances. Find out about holding events in parks.
Free group exercise classes
Find out more about our free group exercise classes with Our Parks, led by experienced, fully qualified and insured instructors.
Millfields user group
The Millfields user group (MUG) has been instrumental in developing the park masterplan and improving the facilities it offers. They’re currently working on improving the play facilities in North and South Millfields and redeveloping the Casimir Road entrance. You can contact the group directly on email@example.com, or subscribe to their mailing list:
Barbecues are not allowed in Millfields Park.
Dogs are excluded from the play area and sports facilities. If your dogs are behaving aggressively, causing damage, or if you do not have appropriate control over them, Council officers can ask you to put them on leads. More information on dogs in parks.