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Langthorne Park

The park opened in June 2000. Its name comes from Stratford-Langthorne Abbey which once owned 1,500 acres of local land.

Sports and outdoor fitness

Langthorne Park is packed with fun fitness and sports opportunities, including:

  • AdiZone - streetball court, tennis wall, traversing climbing wall and outdoor gym
  • floodlit hard courts, with multi-sport and basketball facilities

Other attractions

  • Gardens and quiet garden
  • Ecology area
  • Public art features which represent the site’s rich history
  • Picnic area
  • Amphitheatre and small hall

Public amenities

There are fully accessible toilets, and baby changing facilities.

Dog owners

Dogs are allowed in the park but must be kept on a lead.

Events and activities

Our Parks is a free fitness programme which takes place in parks across London. There are regular classes in Langthorne Park.

Sundays, 10am, Full body workout. Meet by the children’s playground

Getting there

Langthorne Park, Birch Grove, E11 4YG

Nearest Tube/train station: Leytonstone, 25 minutes’ walk

Bus: 257

Access information

See the Disabled access guide: Langthorne Park

Become a friend of Langthorne Park

If you’d like to help support the park, join Friends of Langthorne Park | TCV