We are currently developing exciting plans to improve Lordship Recreation Ground. The plans include:
- New City Farm
- New Eco-Centre
- Re-landscaping plans
- Restoration of the River Moselle
- Restoration of the Model Traffic Area,
- Shell Theatre and Lordship Lane entrance
- New Bike Track, and new Playground
You are invited to find out more about these exciting facilities. Please drop in to talk to us about these plans.
Broadwater Farm Community Centre
Tuesday 9th June
Anytime from 4.30pm – 8pm
We look forward to seeing you there!
LBH Recreation Services + Lordship Rec Users Forum
Monthly Update for the Lordship Rec Users Forum
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Broadwater Farm Community Centre is currently undertaking a consultation exercise regarding current and future use of the Community Centre. They would like to know by April 20th what your views are on how best to deliver services for the community at the Centre now, and what additional activities you would like to see in the Centre in the future.
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Thanks to the fantastic demonstration of public support over the last 3 months, Lordship Rec got the £400,000 grant from the Greater London Authority’s parks vote ‘plebescite’. Here are the voting results for North London.
North London Parks Votes
Lordship Recreation Ground 4711
Dollis Valley Green Walk 4302
Arnos Park 4158
Elthorne Park 2533
Barnard Park 2405
Lincoln’s Inn Fields 2237
Shoreditch Park 1461
Coram’s Fields 1293
Bunhill Fields 842
Broadley Street Gardens 650
An incredible response considering Tottenham is an area where so many people don’t have direct internet access. A big thank you to everyone who helped encourage people to take part. We thank our fellow residents around Haringey for this massive vote of confidence, demonstrating the overwhelming public support for the community-driven plans for the regeneration of Tottenham’s largest green space. All our hard work and patient partnership-working with the Council and others over the last seven years is at last beginning to pay off.
Despite being one of six parks around London shortlisted for a special ‘one-off’ £2m GLA grant, we weren’t successful in getting that. This means that we still have to work hard over the next 6 months to raise additional match funding in order to ensure our regeneration plans can be implemented.
Chair, Lordship Rec Users Forum
See the GLA press release below for more details.
110,000 Londoners vote for ten favourite winning parks
The Mayor today (Wednesday 4 March) revealed that Lordship Recreation Ground, Haringey, and Dollis Valley Green Walk, Barnet, are among the top-ten winning parks to each receive a £400,000 makeover following a public vote.
Londoners were recently invited by the Mayor to vote on a shortlist of parks across the capital in order to fund improvements to make them more attractive and safer for local communities. More than 110,000 people cast their vote and the winners have been announced today.
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Lordship Recreation Ground Consultation Event
Friday 27th & Saturday 28th February 2009 11am to 3pm
At the Jazz Café, Broadwater Farm Community Centre
1 Adams Road, London N17 6HE
You are invited to attend a special consultation event surrounding the regeneration of Lordship Recreation Ground. We’re seeking your opinions about designs for the new City Farm and Eco-Centre, as well as the revised plans for the park as a whole.
To answer any questions the following will be present on the Friday: the architects and designers, officers from Recreation Services and Neighbourhood Management, reps from Back To Earth (who will be managing the new facilities) and members of the Friends of Lordship Rec. On the Saturday, it will mainly be the reps from Back To Earth and the Friends of Lordship Rec.
There will also be information about the new proposals for the merger of the current Broadwater Farm schools and Children’s Centre by rebuilding them and creating an integrated learning campus at the site.
The event will take place in the Jazz Cafe, where there will also be gorgeous home-cooked meals made by local residents (available to buy at very cheap prices), as well as the Tottenham Food Co-op market stalls (with a range of organic vegetables and other products).
So all in all its going to be an exciting and highly informative event.
Please come along, have you say and help shape the future of your local park!!!