Broomfield Park

A park in , Enfield • Aldermans Hill, Palmers Green, London, N13 4RH

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1. Enter by the Coronation gates on Aldermans Hill and walk down past the boating pond and three lakes past the ruin of Broomfield House to the bandstand.
2. Visit the walled gardens along the Long Border and Conservatory with its fine collection of exotic plants.
3. On a Sunday afternoon visit the Community Orchard and enjoy the tranquility and buzzing of bees in the Apiary.
4. Walk up the path by Adermans Hill and discover the amazing view of London over the Wildflower Garden.
5. Get close to nature in the Wildlife Pond and Wetlands
6. Take children to the playground and sports field.
7. Visit the secluded Memorial Garden
8. Have a hot drink and delicious cake at the Palmers Greenery Community Café
9. Look at the range of fine trees including the grand cedar and yew trees on the lawn behind the house and characterful ancient oaks among many others.
10. Exercise in the Green Gym.
11. Full program of outdoor events including Palmers Green Festival, Park Life Arts festival, Music, Orchard and Conservatory events.

Features
  • Conservatory with exotic plants
  • Memorial Garden
  • Historic Long Herbaceous Border
  • Wetlands
  • Historic features
  • Pond/lake
  • Wildflower meadow
  • Bat box
  • Bird box
  • Flowerbed
  • Sensory garden
  • Treescape

Facilities
  • Dogs allowed in all greenspaces but on a lead in the Wildlife Pond and Wetlands
  • Multi sports ball court
  • Outdoor gym
  • Basketball hoops
  • Waymarked walking paths
  • Changing rooms
  • Organised walking
  • Park Cafe - outdoor seating only
  • Information board
  • Dog litter bins
  • Litter bins
  • Benches with backrests and sidearms
  • Operational toilet
  • Playground for younger kids
  • Bandstand
  • Orchard project
  • Community growers' project

Opening Times: Parks are open from 8am Monday to Saturday, and from 8:30am on Sundays. Parks will be closed at sunset every evening. Toilets close one hour before the park.

Broomfield Park is an early-20th-century public park. The park area includes a walled garden laid out in the early 17th century and open parkland. The Grade 2* listed House is now derelict following a fire in 1984. Within the walled garden there are 3 lakes that were previously part of a baroque water garden, a bandstand, attractive flower beds and a Conservatory. Environmental habitats include the Community Orchard and Apiary, a Wildlife Pond, Wildflower Garden and Wetlands. There is a pond for model boats, a children's playground, tennis and netball courts, a Memorial Garden, and a Community Café.

Who you will find in Broomfield Park

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Netball League

Nordic Walking

Health Walks

Tai Chi

Model Boating Club

Best place to check for events in this park

Friends of Broomfield Park Facebook Page

Caring

The organisation with legal responsibility for Broomfield Park is Enfield Council.

Broomfield Park is managed and maintained by Enfield Council

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