Originally a sports ground in the 1920s it stopped being used for sport during the 1980s, with the pavilion continuing to be used during the 1990s.
The Feel Good Too centre provides first class facilities for residents, schools and local sports clubs to use and includes:
- Two floodlit all-weather sports pitches
- A 60 metre running track
- A fitness trail
- Four beach volleyball courts
- The Discovery Cafe
- Changing facilities
- Flexible space for community use and an office
- 40 growing beds
- Appropriate landscaping
For more information and booking of the new facilities contact FeelGoodToo@gll.org
What happens when?
The Growing Beds are also now being used, mainly by tenants of the former growing beds on The Score site.
While visiting Feel Good Too you can enjoy some of the delicious menu on offer at the Discovery Café on the site or look round the other facilities to see what interests you.
During winter months the Discovery Café is open:
- Monday to Thursday, 4pm to 8pm
- Friday, closed
- Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 5pm
How you helped
More than 200 people took part in the consultation about facilities to be provided and comments made helped shape the planning application for this project.
No waiting restrictions are being enforced on one side of Ive Farm Lane to allow construction traffic to access the site. The restrictions apply Monday to Friday, 8am until 4pm, and your help keeping the access road clear is much appreciated.
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More information is available from:
- Waltham Forest Council’s Regeneration Programme Manager, Mark Adams