Opened as a recreational ground in 1884, this spot offers plenty of green space, and a trim trail for working out.
The name of the park arising from previous usage of the site, with two corn mills functioning between 14th and 18th century. Now the large park offers mainly loads of green space for any activities and relax. There are several picnic benches to sit on, in different areas of the park.
There is a trim trail with outdoor gym elements like pull up bars, or dip bars. Next to the children's playground is a footbal goal. On the edge of the park just next to Lea Bridge Road is a cycling path running towards the city from along the river Lea, where you can also have a really nice walk all the way to Tottenham, or towards the centre to Tower Hamlets.
In the middle of the park is a children's playground with swings, slides, and a large sandbox.
There is also an anual outdoor BFI Neighbourhood Cinema happening here.
|Chatsworth Road Lea Bridge Rd||N55, N38, 56, 55, 48|
|Wattisfield Road||N55, N38, 308, 56, 55, 48|