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Leyton Jubilee Park

Leyton Jubilee Park is our biggest park and was named to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

Last updated: 5 January 2023

Next review: 20 October 2023

Christopher Robbins and Leyton Jubilee Park

Christopher Robbins was a Councillor in Grove Green Ward and he loved Leyton Jubilee Park. He led on, and personally oversaw, the establishment and development of this park in 2012; and then continued to be actively involved in its management. Sadly Councillor Christopher Robbins passed away in 2021 and will be sadly missed. However, his influence on the park lives on, and a number of developments will continue, to form part of his legacy to the Borough of Waltham Forest. 

Children and young people

The park has a fantastic play area, with a range of equipment for all ages, including a pirate ship.

Sports and fitness

  • An outdoor gym
  • Multi-use games area and football pitches
  • Feel Good Too at Ive Farm – all weather football and multi-use sports pitches, beach volleyball court and sprint track. For more, visit: Feel Good Too website  

Other attractions

  • KuKooLaLa café in The Cottage, Marsh Lane entrance. Healthy meals, toddler activities and kids’ parties. Open 9am-5pm daily. Find out more: KuKooLaLa Cafe website
  • Pavilion: changing rooms and community room for hire (great for kid’s birthday parties and community activities)
  • Showground: Lots of space to enjoy the outdoors and for events
  • Nature areas: including Jubilee Wood on The Plateau, Woodland Walk and Dagenham Brook
  • Thousands of trees:  The park has a variety of species, including the central avenue of London Plane trees that’s over 100 years old!
  • Manor Garden Allotments: See our allotment page to find out more

Public amenities

Toilets are available in the café, during opening hours.

Map of Leyton Jubilee Park 

Spaces to hire

To hire any of the facilities, please email: greenspace.hire@walthamforest.gov.uk

Events and activities

Our Parks

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

Sundays, 10-11am, Abs, Bums & Thighs. Meet by the children’s playground.

Tuesdays, 6.30-7.15pm, Rugby Fit. Meet by the children’s playground.

Contact the Our Parks team for details.

Eton Manor Running Club

This friendly club welcomes runners of all ages and standards. To find out more, contact: etonmanorac2013@gmail.com or see the Eton Manor website

Free Nature Activities

We've got free nature activities for all from under 5s, to the Over 50s 'Sharing Nature' Group, family activities and adult walks/talks. For details, see our FacebookTwitter, or  Instagram

Green Gym, Thursdays: 9.45am to 1pm

Get fit, improve your local environment and make new friends. Volunteer activities include tree planting, woodland management and wildflower meadow maintenance. Wear sturdy footwear and outdoor clothing. Teas and snacks provided.

To find out more, call: 07740 899 645 or email: gg-waltham-forest@tcv.org.uk

Getting there

Leyton Jubilee Park, Seymour Road, London E10 7BL

Entrances on Seymour Road, Marsh Lane, Orient Way, Ive Farm Lane

Tube: Leyton (Central line), 15 minutes’ walk.

Overground: Leyton Midland Road. 15 minutes’ walk.

Train: Nearest station is Lea Bridge, a 10-minute walk away

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

Car: The main car park is at the Marsh Lane entrance.  A small amount of on-street parking is also available.

Plan your trip with TfL Journey Planner.

See the Disabled Access Guide.

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