Leyton Jubilee Park

Arts, parks and leisure

Information about Leyton Jubilee Park.

Our commitment Click to get info

We are committed to giving you and your family access to better leisure facilities and making the borough an even better place to live. As part of these plans we’ve brought the improvements to Marsh Lane Playing Fields and Ive Farm together to create Leyton Jubilee Park, named to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

We have invested heavily into the park over the past 6 years installing a spectacular pirate ship for 3+, an outdoor gym, natural play equipment, play areas, football pitches, basketball court, pavilion, KukooLaLa Cafe and new wildlife areas. This park really does have something for everyone, so why not visit this weekend?

How to get there Click to get info

You can access the park via several entrances around the site:

  • Seymour Road
  • Marsh Lane 
  • Orient Way
  • Ive Farm Lane

Map of Leyton Jubilee Park (10MB PDF file)

Vehicle access into the park is restricted to the Marsh Lane Car Park so the easiest and greenest way to get to the park is by public transport.

By tube: Nearest tube station is Leyton (Central line). This is a 15 minute walk away.

By overground: Nearest overground station is Leyton Midland Road. This is a 15 minute walk away.

By train: Nearest station is Lea Bridge. This is a 10 minute walk away

By bus: Many regular buses stop nearby, including the 58, 158, 48, 55, 56 and N158.

By car: If you do want to drive to the park, the main car park is at the Marsh Lane entrance.  A small amount of local on-street parking is also available.

For more information and help planning your journey, visit the TfL Journey Planner .

The new sports facilities and parkland at Ive Farm has opened. This is an expansion to Leyton Jubilee park and the creation of the new car park off Orient Way.

A plan showing the new facilities at Ive Farm can be found here (5MB PDF file) This includes:-

  • All weather football pitch
  • All weather multi-use sports pitch, including hockey
  • Beach volleyball court
  • Sprint track
  • Car park
  • Pavilion including changing rooms, cafe and community room
  • Paths and wildlife areas

Become a LJP volunteer Click to get info

There are loads of ways that local people can help to improve the park and one way is to come along to one of our volunteering days.  We have organized a number of volunteer days over the past 6 months including planting trees in Jubilee Wood and cleaning up Dagenham Brook. If you want to join our growing band of volunteers please get in touch with the parks team using the contact number below.

Conservation Day at Leyton Jubilee Park

Biodiversity Action Team(BAT)-The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) .

Winter Tree Planting Days

Please find the dates for events and activities at Leyton Jubilee Park:

Time: 9am to 1pm

  • Wednesday 6 February 2019
  • Thursday 7 February 2019
  • Friday 8 February 2019

Dagenham Brook- Thames 21

Please find the dates for the Thames21 events at Leyton Jubilee Park:

Time: 10am to 1pm

  • Saturday 16 February 2019
  • Saturday 16 March 2019

Certified Gardening Courses at Leyton Jubilee Park

Course Title: The Maintenance Gardener Level 1

Date: 29 October 2018 to 21 January 2019, every Monday

Time: 9.30am to 1pm (10 weeks)

Full fee: £161, Discounted fee: £72.80, Jobseekers fee: FREE

Venue: KuKooLaLa Cafe, Leyton Jubilee Park, Marsh Lane, E10 7BL

Delivered in partnership with the Waltham Forest Adult Learning Services and Waltham Forest Park Service. (Please see website for full terms and condition of fees)

Leyton Jubilee Park plan Click to get info

We have produced a plan to guide further improvements to the park over the next 5 years and this will act as the basis for our application for the nationally recognised Green Flag Award in 2017.

A copy of the park plan can be found here.

Thanks for your feedback

To help us produce the plan we organized a number of consultation events and activities, including an online survey that over 300 local people completed – thanks!

A copy of the results of the survey can be found here (3MB PDF file)

Park attractions Click to get info

One of Waltham Forest’s hidden gems, Leyton Jubilee Park boasts over 30 acres of land with a wide range of attractions.


Active zone Click to get info

The Lammas School looks after this part of Leyton Jubilee Park, working in partnership with the council.  If you are interested in booking the football pitches, basketball court or pavilion please contact the school on 020 8988 5860 or school@thelammas.com.  Further information can be also found on the School website

    Play Zone Click to get info

    This part of the park has space for play, keeping fit and relaxing, and is designed for all ages. It includes the following:

    • Pirate ship
    • Under 7 play area
    • 8+ play area
    • Snake swing
    • Outdoor gym

    The showground Click to get info

    The Showground provides lots of space to picnic, chill out, walk your dog and for informal games. Look out for events including the annual Midsummer Festival which takes place in June.

    Trees in the park Click to get info

    There are several thousand trees in Leyton Jubilee Park of a variety of species, including the wonderful central avenue of London Plane trees that is over 100 years old and the main natural feature of the park.

    The Mayor of London is creating a database of all the trees in London and the trees in Waltham Forest are already included. If you following this link you can move the map to locate Leyton Jubilee Park and using the side bar look at the distribution of all the different tree species in the park. See what you think…

    Jubilee Wood Click to get info

    A newly improved area for people and wildlife which used to be called The Plateau, with tree planting and surfaced paths for easy access.

    Woodland Walk Click to get info

    On the western side of the park next to Orient Way, this is another area of the park where the improvements are to benefit people and wildlife. The Woodland Walk has been seeded with wild flowers, plus a new bluebell wood has been planted, and over the next few years it will establish as a real gem for visitors.

    KukooLaLa Cafe Click to get info

    The park café opened in spring 2016 and is already providing a social hub for the park. For more information check out the café’s facebook page.



    Parks are the best places to keep fit and healthy. In LJP we have the outdoor gym that residents can use when they like or you can join one of these groups that provide activities in the park.

    Eton Manor Running Club

    The park has been home to Eton Manor Running Club for many years. They are not a big running club but they are friendly, and welcome runners and athletes of all ages and standards; from absolute beginners to up-and-coming elite. For more information please contact etonmanorac2013@gmail.com or go to the Eton Manor website

    The site includes information on the club’s weekly programme held at either at Leyton Jubilee Park or Waltham Forest pool and track, Walthamstow

    Our Parks

    Our Parks is London-wide programme created to make it easy and free for you to get fit. Operating from LJP near the Pavilion there are regular classes in the park. For more information please contact the Our Parks team.


    Contact Click to get info

    Any questions about the park or activities held there, please contact: 

    Parks and open Spaces coordinator
    Email Adekunle.Bello@walthamforest.gov.uk

    Park hire and room bookings:
    Email Greenspace.Hire@walthamforest.gov.uk 

    Alternatively, please contact the Waltham Forest parks team on 020 8496 3000.