Bartlett Park playground

What's the score? Opened in the second half of 2020, Bartlett Park playground is a welcome addition to the area, offering a mix of play equipment for toddlers to 10 year olds (the website claims up to 18yrs, but I'd say younger ages are gonna be most interested). You can easily while away a couple… Continue reading Bartlett Park playground

Wild Kingdom at Three Mills Island

What's the score? A 'natural' playground designed to sit gently within the landscape of this little island on the River Lea, Bromley-by-Bow (just south of Stratford High Street and the Olympic Park). The playground frames part of Three Mills Green - a circular recreation ground open to the public all year round. The Wild Kingdom… Continue reading Wild Kingdom at Three Mills Island

Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

What's the score? A wonderfully wild woodland park in a former cemetery. Described as London's most urban woodland, the Park is a nature reserve and historic cemetery in the heart of the East End. With walking trails, grave stones, an education centre, pond, wild flower meadows, foraging opportunities and an abundance of wildlife it is… Continue reading Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park