Lordship Hub is in the middle of Lordship Recreation Ground, also known as the Rec, in the Borough of Haringey, North London. It is popular with families and young people, walkers, joggers, cyclists, dog walkers and people who just want to visit the café, or playground or commune with nature or do conservation volunteering in one of the woodland areas, the lake or in the meadows and orchard. For more information about the park itself and how to get involved please visit Friends of Lordship Rec.
It is the largest public park in Tottenham, with great views across to Alexandra Palace. It contains some interesting historic features, such as the Shell Theatre and the world’s first ever model traffic area.
It is also crossed by one of London’s hidden rivers, the Moselle and has a large lake with many birds. There is a playground for young children, a multi-use games area and a skateboard/BMX area. There is also a great outdoor gym for exercising.
The park also boasts a large playing field for casual games. The BMX dirt track along with the model traffic area make the Rec a great place for cycling for all ages. Bikes can be hired from Rockstone Cycling Hub at the Lordship Lane entrance to the park. To find out more about cycling in the park have a look here.
There are lots of additional community groups and clubs operating within the park, from litter pickers and nature activities to walking groups. For park projects please click here and to access the full list of park projects click here.
Did you know Lordship Rec was also featured on BBC Country file. Have a watch below!
Lordship Recreation Ground is proud to be featured on Go Parks London.
Lordship Hub is not responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the park and the park facilities. Please address any questions, feedback or complaints to Haringey Council.
For information on how to get to the park and general accessibility click here.